When I found out my husband had cheated and wanted to leave I was crushed. I kept asking him why and who was she. I called him at work several times a day wanting to know details. Then my sister told me stop making yourself available to him when he wants to talk and stop calling him and giving him all the power. So I stopped calling it was hard as hell but I did and whenever I saw him instead of being needed i put on a positive front. He noticed the change and started to think about what he was losing. Within a week he had changed his tune and was up for counseling and making the marraige work. The problem is that during my faking it I realized that I didn't need him and no longer wanted to be in the relationship. I think sometimes we just want to hold on to what could have or should have been.
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