My husband moved out last week. He is intent on filing for divorce. It is the last thing I want. I love him with my heart and soul. I realize I hurt him, by not showing appreciation and being there for him in the past. He can't get over the fact that I became disengaged in our family for sometime because I didn't like myself very much. I really didn't realize there was a problem until he said he was unhappy. I guess I was just living in a fantasy world. That's another issue. He can't understand how I didn't know. Now he is gone. I want to give him space, but I feel if I don't stop calling him to state my case over and over he will forget about me. I feel like he won't ever believe that I can change. I have changed. I didn't know anything was wrong. It took a long time for me to mentally and emotionally come to terms with my own demons and now I am ready to make the changes necessary to be a better wife, mother and person. But I don't feel like he is giving me a chance. He says I already had my chance and I don't think so. I can barely focus on anything without thinking about him. I know I am adding fuel to the fire by constantly calling but i don't know how to stop. Any advice???
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