My soon to be ex-husband wants to come to m surgery Friday. He has not been with me through thr entire process of losing my colon, wearing a bag to use the restroom, etc. Now he thinks that he should be there Friday, but does not want any grief from my family. What does he expect? To be greeted with open arms from them? He does not realize that he has crapped on them too. He had an affair while this was all happening to me, so I have filed for divorce. I feel so depressed when I hear from him. I am still getting used to the idea that I will not be his wife. It seems every time we talk, we end up screaming at each other. I have a lot of rage towards him right now. He makes me so mad. He wants me to be ok with what has happened. He already has someone living with him too, and has for a couple of weeks.
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