He asked me if I have faith in him. What do I have faith in him about. I told him I have faith that he will talk good care of the boys. To me that means he is a good father. Not to him. Anyway, I could not think of a lot of things that I have faith in him about regarding things between us. He is asking me to think about us and if I have faith in him. If I do then he will continue to work on making things better. If I don't have faith in him, then we will divorce. I don't know if things can work out. I don't know what is going to happen. I don't know if he will do the things that he needs to do to make this work. He hasn't so far. I don't have faith that he will stop drinking long term. I don't know what to do! I don't want to throw it all away, but I am not happy, and I don't see any hope that I will ever be happy. What is it like to be divorced? Will I feel better? Will I regret it? I don't know the answers to these questions. Anyone for any advice? I could use all of the help I can get.
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