I am new here. I am recently seperated. My wife and I have been married for the past year and three months. We have argued quite a bit the past three months. She left almost two weeks ago. I have custody of my son and she also has two kids. The first few days I begged and cried. She said it was over we couldnt work things out one day, the next it was she would like to see us get back together. I felt things were not getting any better. Four days after leaving she said she hadn't thought about coming back and wasn't planning on coming back anytime soon. I can not put into words the pain I was going through. She says she wants a divorce. I knew if she wanted to go I have to let her go. She has hurt me over and over the past couple of weeks. Today was a better day than yesterday. Her youngest child, 8 year old daughter, has called me daddy for the past year. She has told me she would always allow me to see the kids. I called today to see if I could pick the kids up after dinner to take them to Dairy Queen. She told me she would call me back. She never returned my call and started having someone text me today telling me she will not allow me to see the kids. I was told I would never see them. I have cried every day. I have never been hurt like this I don't know how much I can take. These are not my biological kids but I have loved them like they were my own.
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