My husband and I never seemed to be on the same page at the same time. There were good times, many of them, and bad times. I just yesterday found that I am severly clinically depressed. In answering the questions from my therapist and doctor I found that I have been depressed for a long time. I never had any idea. My husband wanted to work on our marriage and I did not. Now I want to work on it and he does not. We cannot seem to be on the same page at the same time. I am working on me now. I need to get myself fixed before I can move on with whatever life brings my way. At the same time it would be nice if my husband and I could find a middle ground. I know he is filing for divorce now and I cannot do anything to change his mind on that and I have come to terms with that. We still have two children and have to figure out how to come to a middle ground. We have loved each other for years, even though there were hard times. The love was still there after our separation so you would think it would not be hard to figure this out. We can't though and it is making things difficult.
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