Thanks for posting. I wish you and your husband well.
I'm praying God has reconciliation in his plans for us but I'm fearing we are close to the end at least from my husbands point of view.
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Thank you, sad. Hey, there...smile. Don't be so sad.
I know it's awfully hard. It was for me during those 1 1/2 years. I was pregnant, clinically depressed, hardly gained weight. I went to counseling, which helped a lot. I learned how to remake myself as a high-value person, one who wasn't going to put up with his emotional abandonment and affairs.
I dated myself, went out with friends, took up and graduated with honors from a short chocolatier course, and everyday just kept reminding myself how blessed I was still. I really put me and the kids first and forced myself to stop pining for him. I put in my mind that were truly over by then, and I was doing my best to move forward with my life. It was when he noticed how happy I was within that he showed signs of wanting to reconcile.
Take care of yourself, hon, and I mean really take care of yourself. At this time in your life, YOU (and your children, if you have any) come first. Let him be. You have to force yourself to focus on loving yourself, pursuing your passions, exploring what life has to offer. Love will come (it may not be with your husband, or it may be) when you and the other person are ready.