I need courage...I know my marriage is over and now I want it to be over. I'm done with the games, I haven't talked to him in 2 weeks...I want this all to end so that I can truly begin rebuilding my life and move on. But I just can't seem to get the courage to call the lawyer and make an appointment to see her. Unfortunately, I have one of his W-2's so he has no choice but to contact me if he plans on filing his taxes. I still love him...but my heart and my head are finally in agreement that neither can take being married to this man any longer. Even though he's not physically here anymore...just knowing that I'm still married to this jerk is really upsetting. I need courage...I just can't seem to muster up enough to make the phone call...I keep finding every reason in the world why I can't...I'm sad that my marriage is over...I never wanted to be 23 and divorced, but it's something that can not be helped. There really isn't much of a point to this post...just wanting to get some thoughts out there.
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