My husband does not love me anymore, and does not want this relationship - yet he wants to be friends. We have been married for 13 years. We are not yet divorced but will most likely be. How do I become friends now? He has completely turned my world upside down. How do I trust him enough to want to be his friend? Why other than for my 15 year old daughter's sake would I be friends with him? I harbor no bad feelings,nor do I hate him. But I do have a very deep amount of hurt yet. How can he have moved on so quickly that he wants to be friends? We have been separated for only 1 month at this time. I really deeply loved this man (still do)but I don't know if it is possible to be friends ever. How do I work through this confusion? And maybe somebody out there could help me understand why he would want to be friends. It seems to me he just does not want to let go, and that is unfair to me and my daughter.
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