My wife yet again last night voiced that I'm too be the entire effort for us to have a relationship. I today sent her the following:
"Last night you voiced your take still that I will be the entire effort to have a relationship with you, as evident by your response that a bridge can be built from one side, knowing we were speaking in metaphors, the very word of which I injected into the conversation. I think you may be on to something. Perhaps we should leave each other alone for a few weeks, and see how it goes. I assure you I will not be involved with anyone else, because I will still honor our wedding vows, forsaking all others until we see fit to decide otherwise. Besides, I don't want another relationship, period. I'll not contact you again, nor reply to any attempts you make to contact me. I think we should stay off communication until Christmas Eve at the earliest. If you're still not willing to be half the relationship by then, I'll come get the kids for Christmas day at my parents' provided they want to see their grandparents and other family that day. I still love you and always will. Bye, for now at least."
I don't think I've done wrong here. Anyone please comment
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