My husband and I plan to spend the weekend together. As I have noted, we have spent some time together SUnday, Tuesday and Thursday. This is the first time in 3 months. We briefly mention reconcilliation, however we don't really get too much worked out towards it. He mostly wants to kiss and well you know. I feel he wants his cake and eat it too. I was up front and asked if he wanted us to remain married and live in 2 different houses 20 minutes apart as we are now. He said NO, but he is not ready to move back in "my house". As I made him leave. He says that takes his security. I said he had no problem with setting up house quickly and getting into major debt each time he has left. I even said I'd agree to sign a paper agreeing that IF I asked him to leave, he'd be given so much money to make it happen. What about my security? Living in 2 houses, he can't help me finacially, which isn't my biggest concern. I feel like I don't have a husband. I need to be secure in his LOVE. Should I go away with him for the weekend and just enjoy our time and rebuild our love. Should we even get into discussions about reconcilling? Am I just being used as a good time? Please help.
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