My husband came today to get some of his stuff. We barely spoke until he asked about seeing our son on Sunday. He never shows up on time and is cancelling about 50% of the time. He told me to tell our son he would see him Sunday and I said I don't tell him until you pull in the driveway to save him disappointment. He said the biggest mistake of his life was marrying me. Eleven years of marriage (15 years together total) and that comment hit me deep to the core. We had good times and bad times, but I don't regret our marriage. The best thing I ever did was have our son and even if I have to deal with my husband in this way, it is still worth it. I just cannot take the cruelty and nastiness that comes with divorce. That one hurt me deep.
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