Although my husband is the one that truly made the decision to split, I get the feeling from him that's he isn't any more sure about how good of an idea this is than I am. Our main problem was spending enough time together. He wants to remain friends throughout but I told him I don't think that's possible. I am very much still in love with him (although I question if it's still my initial shock of being dumped). I'm now thinking that maybe we could go back to dating. What if we started over from the beginning. I will continue to live not in the same house but maybe spending some time together remembering how good we are together might work or will show us it's not meant to be after all. We've known each other our whole lives and been together since we were 17. He's the one person in this world who knows everything about me and with a recent health crisis, I turn to him who has experience with it, a medical background and knows how to keep me balanced about it. Anyone have any thoughts? I know this is a decision I have to make myself but who's tried it and was it a good idea or a terrible one? Thanks all!
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