My husband of 13 yrs this month, together 16.5 years filed for divorce in June. I have MS and am disabled and he is an attorney that lost his job in May. I have left him several times, his drinking has gotton worse and his best friend (neurologist 350lbs, 6'3")is who he is living with as well as his wife/son, who drinks twice as much as him. He is my soulmate, I love dearly, but very abusive in all mistakes I have made as if they were yesterday. I would tell him "I remember my mistakes and would finish the story for him, but he would say that I wanted to forget it like they never happened" this hurt me dearly. He said if he considered coming back to me his support group would disappear. He is not even hurting and I am torn all apart. I think I am going to make it too only crash into crushness for some time crying, panicing, wishing, friented, unsure.... Does he hurt too? How is it so easy for him, or is it for all males? Is there anything I can do or not? How will anyone ever love me again? I feel alone, hopeless, scared, wishing that God would just take me now..... Is this normal? I want him more now and I have already moved outside of Houston from Dallas and our apartment is already released. He hates changes, we lived in the same apartment for the last 12 yrs, same complex 14 yrs. Does anyone have any advice. Life just does not seem joyfull, dark, alone... Does he hurt or care about me or our beloved four legged K9 american who was his little princess?
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