Well, i am hoping for some advice here to give me some perspective. My husband of 15 years had an affair, which I accidentally found out about. When he came back from overseas, I found out that he was still calling her, even after he said he stopped. I confronted him, and he called and told her it was over. Then, two months later he started telling me he was not sure if he wanted to be married any more. While in Houston 2 weeks ago on business, both of his phones mysteriously quit working unless he was calling me. He said he wanted to separate, but wanted to wait for July 1st. I said no, leave now please. He did. Now he says he left because he could not stand the pain his affair caused me. He says he needs space and time. So, my question is, how much time do I give him? How long should I hold on waiting for him to decide what he wants? I have told him for the last week and a half that I want to make our marriage work, but he doesn't even wear his ring. He sold the car he bought me, rented an apartment, and bought new furniture. Am I an idiot for even wondering if he really wants to reconcile? I am so confused. should I wait for him to decide if he wants me?
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