My husband and I have been seperated for the past 4 months and he has filed the divorce papers. However he said the is waiting on me to act on the papers and he won't serve me the papers by the court. After restling with the hurt, anger and depression I made up my mind in late August to just lift up everything to God and let him guide my way. Right after that things were slowing getting better we were communicating better and working well with each other. He even told me he was ok to take until the end of the year and see if time and space could heal things. However over the last weekend my 18 month old was sick with the flu and she had febrile seziures. This is her third time so thank god I was at my parents place and had help to take care of the problem. My husband couldn't get to my parents house until later that evening because of a school activity he couldn't get out off. It took 12 hrs of me being up without sleep to finally get her fever to break. I had just moved two days before that into my parents house and with the stress of moving and her illness I snapped and yelled at thim for putting me in this situation and for me feeling overwhlemed. Well that fight has now caused him to go back in his shell and insist that this marriage cannot work and divorce is what needs to happen. I feel so lost. I apologized to him for my actions but I told him that it hurt he couldn't be more understanding. He hasn't really called me the last four days the the progress we were making is now shot to hell. I wonder if this is a sign to realize this is not working and I should move on or just another hurdle that we have to deal with to try and make things work. Help!
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