My husband left after we were only married for a month and a half. We had been living together for a total of 4 years when this happened so to be quite honest I'm not really sure what changed with him. As of right now he's been gone for almost 6 months. I occassionally talk to him but we never can seem to have a decent conversation, he's always so angry at me. I hate the way he talks to me, but I can't stop calling him. I received my divorce papers 3 days ago, I have 10 days to sign them. He called me today and acted like he just wanted to work things out instead, but he never actually come out and said that. I'm so confused and the pain is almost too much to bare. There's a part of me that justs wants to let go and sign the papers so he can't hurt me again. The question is, how can I let go when I still love him?
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