This is my situation...I have been seperated from my husband for about two months. I acussed him of having an affair based on some text messages I discovered. He denied it and started a new fight blaming me for not being affectionate enough. I tried many attempts at the beginning of the seperation to try to get him to work on our marriage only lead to rejection after rejection. I began to blame myself for problems and hired a private investigator in order to find truth. The investigator found the truth I needed to stop blaming myself. yes, he was having an affair. I am trying my best to force myself into reality and move on with my life but I know I still love him. I have a friend that works with him and she is telling me that he is second guessing himself. That he knows he made a big mistake and not sure if he can come back. He has given me no indication for wanting to come back to me other than being very nice. I feel that I can't ask him anymore to come back...I have been rejected one too many times. At this point, I really don't know if we could ever get past all the lies, if I could ever trust him again. Do I leave things status quo or do I file for a divorce?? My mind is telling me to file but my heart says no. Am I only getting my hope up for nothing?
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