I'm having a really hard time - I've been married for 27 years & have 2 grown sons. Within the past couple of months I've realized my marriage is over. I don't know why it's so hard for me to give up on it. My husband has continuously had relationships with other women. He swears they are "just friends" & it's hard for me to admit this but I have always believed him & forgiven him. Obviously in 27 years any marriage has it's ups & downs just like anything else. We've been through everything together - we literally grew up together. I just can't seem to let go. I hate to admit this but I keep trying - you know what I mean? All I want to hear from him is that he loves me & wants to stay together. He tells me that he does love me & that we''' always be "best friends" A part of me wants to embrace that but the other part of me says screw you - if we were best friends you wouldn't have done what you did. Does anyone understand what I am trying to say. I guess I'm just torn, I think deep down inside I know it's over but I'm soooo scared to let go.
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