My hubby and I have been seperated since Oct 1. We've spent the last 2 weeks together (in the evening and night) and put our rings back on, said we were committed to each other, etc. My husband is still paying rent on another house, saying it is his security as I "kicked" him out. I've offered to sign agreeing to give him so much money to set up house, if that would ever happen again to help him feel secure. He says he can be totally committed having 2 houses. We can't afford 2 houses. I own mine and it has 4 bedrooms that we need. His has 2 bedrooms. He's mentioned me moving in his, that makes NO SENSE. I have 2 sons that live with me. He's getting deeper and deeper in debt. He left Friday morning to visit his family for Christmas (prior planned) and will return Christmas night. I asked him when he came home, to REALLY COME HOME FOR CHRISTMAS. That was what I wanted for a gift. All this time I've been thinking he WILL give me this. He has disappointed me so many times, today it hit me, he may NOT. If he don't agree to move back in now, then should I break it off and tell him when he TOTALLY wants to commit....call me. Should I act as it don't matter? What should I do? HELP ME TO BE PREPARED FOR DISAPPOINTMENT.
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