My wife left me 2 years ago after 1 year of marriage. She actualy left me on our 1st anniversary. I never got a reason from her she just said she doesn't feel like being married anymore. We were together for 4 years before we got married and we have a child together. I also raised her child as my stepson from 2 months to now almost 6 years old. It has been 2 years and I still think about her constantly. I drink a lot which I never did before and I am afraid to got o sleep because I always dream of her. We never got a chance to try and save our marriage because she fell in love with ine of my groomsmen. He is a good friend though and turned her down but that made her depressed and she ended up taking a whole bottle of wellbutrin and ended up in intensive care. This made my depression worse because after all of the years, the marriage, the kids she is willing to take her life for this guy she has known for a short time. I spent all thanksgiving in the hopsital taking care of her, taking her to the bathroom, feeding her and holdiong her puke bucket. Later that night my friend showed up and she kicked me out so she could be alone with him. I can't seem to get over her and I dont know what to do. I am severly depressed and I have a personality disorder that make me care about other people and not care for myself at all. I often have thoughts of suicide but I know I would never do it because I know how it would affect other people and I don't want to hurt anyone else. I am not a danger to myself so don't worry because there is no way I would ever do it. Thank you for letting me vent.
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