my wife of 13 years and i separated this past weekend. she says she needs time away from me to see if she still loves me and wants me or not. we are like most couples, we have had a few problems along the way. neither one of us is abusive or drink or are on drugs. we are both christians and attend church every week. i just didn't think it would ever have gotten this far. we are different people, she is a "social butterfly" kinda flirty, and i consider myself a conservative person. she has even contacted a lawyer she used to work for and asked advice for- as she says- in case it doesn't work. and i can understand her for taking care of things like that, but i also feel like she isn't being completely honest with me too. she says this is a separation, but part of me feels like it is her way to get out of the house and easing into divorce slowly without just dropping the bomb on me. we have been cordial to each other, i even spent all weekend moving her. but now how do i handle the "waiting period"? i really miss her and it just tears my heart out to watch her walk away and not be able to hold her at night. i don't really know if i should stand up and scream or just lay down and cry.
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