My husband & I have been married for 8 & a half yrs, but have been together for 11. We have a 6 yr old son. I moved out 10 wks ago \'cause I was tired of not being on his priority list. When we 1st met, we were inseparable. Through the yrs we\'ve just begun to do our own thing. Neither of us was giving the other what they needed, physically or emotionally. Honestly, I couldn\'t even tell him what I needed, but I thought we could go to counseling and figure it out together. Well, that didn\'t happen. I want to work things out, & he won\'t even consider it. We signed dissolution papers 2 wks ago. I\'ve heard through the grapevine he now has a girlfriend, but he won\'t admit it to me. I\'ve begged him to give us a chance, but he just won\'t. He told me he still loves me but we aren\'t a good couple. I just don\'t know how to heal. I think about him constantly. Im going to a divorce support group tomorrow. I just dont know what else to do to get me through this. I cry every other day.
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