I told my dad today about my separation (I hadn't told him because I was was holding on to hope)and I did not want her to change her mind again and my whole family to know once again. He had left my mom almost 15 years ago so I had asked him after all these years WHY. That's was the first time I ever asked him that. He told me that"I left to be happy" and that "all the things that my mom could do would have not made a difference and that he had still loved her but it was not the right kind of love for a marriage". He did not know what had changed, but it did not feel right to be there anymore". This was one of the things that my wife had told me. I could not except that from her but I did from him. I understand that it happens but I don't understand WHY and if these 2 people don't know them... I have spoken to a lot of people about and all the people that were the one that wanted out still had feelings for those that they left behind also did not know and could not give a solid answer as to WHY. For all who want answers, the reason that some of us don't get them is because there are no answers in some cases as in mine so good night all
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