No matter how much time passes, I'm not ready to give up on my marriage. I go through times of intense anger only to end up with intense anguish at the thought of letting go. I had some moments of great clarity this morning in which i feel that i really see my faults that brought us to this point. I can't make him see his, however, when i start to express to him how wrong i see i was at times, he softens and begins to open up more. I have continously asked him to seek counseling together. The issues he and i brought into this relationship together created the perfect storm. With help to understand each other, i really believe we could forgive and move forward together. We have 5 children together. I can't accept that it's all supposed to end here like this. Im wondering if there is anything i could do to help him come around to the thought of trying the counseling before letting it all go. And, if he doesn't agree and wants to end it all right here and now...how do i accept and carry on when i feel to the depths of my soul that it isn't the right thing.
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