I finaly told my husband it is over and I am leaving him. It was the hardest thing I ever had to do. He told me even though it didn't seem like it, he still loved and adored me. although his feelings have changed and he is no longer in love with me . he still wants me to be happy. We discussed visitation, our finances, selling the house ect. He said he has nothing left to live for. I told him that was his choice. He has a wife that loves him and a daughter who needs him but he just threw us away. He stopped loving me and wanted his friends more. I am pretty sure he isn't cheating. I told him that we don't want the same things anymore. My husband is so screwed up right now and depressed. It's like he is having a mid-life crisis at 32yrs old. I feel bad leaving him like this. But this has been going on for well over a year and he won't help himself. I have made dr. appointments for him but he doesn't go. I can't force him. He started drinking casualy. I just wanted him to fight for us. To say that he didn't want me to leave. I feel horrible. I hope time does heal all wounds.
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