Hi there. I'm new to the group so I apologize if you've seen this question hundreds of times before. First some background: about 3 months ago my husband announced he wanted a divorce. The reasons were, I think, somewhat flimsy - I'm a night person, he's a morning person, he wants to be around more outgoing people, etc. I am sure there is not another woman. However, there is a group of friends from work who are apparently very outgoing. He started hanging out with them in July. Their main activity as far as I can tell is to go out drinking after work. My husband would come home sometimes not even remembering how he got there. He is 47 years old. He seems to have gotten very close to these people very quickly. They are both men and women. I can't help but think I have been replaced by a group of friends! He moved out of our house and does not want to have anything to do with me except to discuss how to divide up our assets. He seems to get very excited about dividing things up and getting what he is "entitled" to. He refuses to go for counseling and will only say that he has moved on. I hate those words (I've moved on). I cannot accept this. I am heart broken and miserable. How do I accept what has happened and how can I be happy again? I am seeing a therapist but am not sure if this is helping. Thank you for your help
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