I need some suggestions. I have been married 17 years and been with him for 20. He decided to have an affair. I told him I forgive him and we were teying tomove on then he called her and moved in with her again I forgave him and he moved back home. Now he called her again I kicked him out but I hate myself because this is the third time I have seen him since I kicked him out and I am acting like a crazy woman-telling him I love him and need him in my life. That I can not live without him. Now that I finally let him leave I am feeling sick about the way I acted and what I said. He in all this talk said he loves her and that he needed to get away from me to think a minute. I was holding his arm so he would listen. What did I act like that? I am not going to die without him, of course I will always love him but we could never go back to the way it was. Why am I dragging my feet and kicking and screaming and acting sooo crazy. I truly beleive he thinks I have lost it.How do I make this right?
Posts You May Be Interested In
Hi all! This is for those of you that have or have had the same neurologist for 4 years or more. I have been with mine now since 2009. He is one of the best movement disorder secialists in the midwest. I know he is extremely busy on the lecture circuit now and in fact not taking new patients there is a huge waiting list for him. BUT.... I feel like my visits are not what they use to be. He...
I gave my 2 week notice last Friday 13th. Now to join you fine people in a life of leisure and nothing else to do but to look out for myself....is it just me or does that sound pretty boring? My goal was to live to retire and I guess having to take early retirement because of health reasons wasn't exactly the way I had planned things. I just can't stay in that building that is reeking mildew...