Hi All, I have been married for 3 yrs. We have no children between us (I have one step-son who I treat as my own). My relationship has been hard from the beginning - he has lied a lot and I am a very strong person who says what is on their mind. I admit I have not respected him and put him down as a man within the marriage. I have asked for divorce on several occasions due to lies being told and how he handles women in his life. I did something terrible - 2 days after his older brother passed I kicked him out (over another incident with a female) and he left without a fight. Now, I miss him very much, I have been through bad breakups before but this is the worst (I have been physically sick). He now feels relieved and doesn't want to go to counseling together. He won't answer my calls and now he won't respond when I text. He says that he must learn to stand up and be a man on his own but why he could not do that with me when I asked him for that? He no longer wants to try. So now I wonder what to do now? I will try to start counseling this week and I'm thinking about writing a list of all the negative things to help me through. I also miss his son very much and I was told he even asked about me this past weekend. Its hard to stop crying over someone that no longer wants you. So how do you began this process? Its been only since June 22 that he has left. Everything is out except some tools that are his Dad's and one winter coat. Any suggestions? Thanks.
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