Well yesterday my husband left on a trip to England with his parents and sisters. That was a thorn in our marriage long ago, but now is a bit of a relief. Before he left I asked him how he has been feeling about things, me, etc. When I asked him if he loved me, with a very gentle look on his face he said "I don't know". Then he said "You are hopeful, but I am not". Sigh.. well I did ask, and I wanted to know his state of mind before he left... I then reminded him that we have never been to couples/marriage counseling, and that if we could just really fight for our relationship and try our hardest, and it still was not going to work, then I would feel a little bit better about all this. He just turned and walked away to say goodbye to our daughters.
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