Well ,as you all know my wife was diagnosed officially last friday. She has been on meds for awhile now and seems to be doing better. ll her guilt of everything she has done has gotten to her and she won't even face me. She has been living with this older guy who does not know here history. I told her yesterday that she took the first step and I would do anything I could for her if she wantedthis marriage to work, I love her with all my heart. I told her she had to move out of there or tell me it was over. I told her she didn;t have to move back home yet but she has her mothers house to go to and I have talked to her mother and she agrees she needs to quit stringing me along and either move out and work at it or just decide it is over. I know she loves me but says she feels safe there, I have offered to do anything for her counseling you name it. I have a feeling she will stay where she is because she is so scared, even though I know she wants to come home. I love, support and will do anything in the world for her, but I cannot handle her living situation anymore. Any suggestions or comments would be helpful
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