He chose to leave me after 5+ years of marriage because he wasn't sure if he wanted to be married any longer. He moved out and agreed on what things to split. Since he's left his world is in disarray. My life was really lonely to begin with but in the month of separation I've really started to feel better and start doing things for myself. I feel confident and am financially comfortable. He's now in a financial bind, unhappy with his job, can't afford to do much and now regrets having the nice place, the biggest truck and the harley. He wanted to remain friends and come and go as he pleased but something has changed and now he's unhappy and uncomfortable. Should I feel bad? I feel a little guilty I'm so comfortable. Now he says I took the easy bills and the easy route when he is the one who chose to begin with. Does this mean he is hitting rock bottom and is going to try and come back to get help? I'm affraid I feel too good about things and it might start to go really bad...
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