I moved to New Mexico a few months ago. My husband just moved down here with me about a month ago. He got a new job and things were really looking up. We are used to moving around. He was a Marine for eight years. We had a really good marriage. We talked about all of our issues and never had any real problems. He met a woman at work and decided he would rather be with her. He only knew her for a week. They found a place together and he left. I never seen it coming but I guess you never really do. I am having a hard time coping with him leaving. He was my best friend. He was one person I could always count on and he just left. All of our friends and family are scattered all over. I am new to town and haven't met anyone. It's really hard to deal with all the hurt when I don't have anyone to lean on. I am on the phone a lot but it's not the same as having someone to talk to face to face. I'm really trying and I know in time things will get easier. I hope this helps.
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