My husband left me 4 weeks ago, after deciding that "the feelings weren't there any more!" I have a 4 year old son who has minor learning difficulties and while I feel that I can cope with my son, I feel really low in myself. I am trying to maintain a friendly relationship with my husband for my sons sake but find that the day after seeing my husband, I just can't stop crying. At the moment my husband looks after my son when I am at work, but I am finding that difficult to deal with. I am thinking of changing my shift pattern at work so that my family can help look after my son, while my husband just has him on proper access days. My family have been brilliant, but I am still finding it hard to deal with. Is it better to just maintain a cordial relationship with my husband instead of trying to be the same chirpy person that I was before? Help!
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