My stbx told me 1 wk b4 our 7 yr annsry that she wanted a divorce, i am 31, she 25. We were married young and waited to have kids, finish college and buy a home. All done before she turned 25 (that was a promise i had made for her, we still don't have kids) Now, i know i am not a perfect husband but i think i fulfilled all my duties as one. She went to celebrate her sis 30th b' day and was staying at her mom's. She never came back, told me over the phone it was over, i begged her to come back, told me she had a job on wall st earning some good money and she enjoyed her "freedom" . I asked her recently if her love for me had died and she replied yes. Bills are coming and going and feel that she played dirty but i can not hate her, on the other hand i have already forgiven her. Why is it easy for people to choose divorce so quickly? Is the idea of marriage lost on our generation? Is it any wonder we have the highest index of divorce? I try to analyze this situation and it doesn't seem (at least for me) to fit. She came from a divorced home, i know deep inside that she may be confused but then again it's what she wants and i respect that. Time to move on, enough crying i say....
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