Is it possible for a husband who is separated from his wife and wants a divorce (says he is "over her") to have a change of heart and want to reconcile? There is not another woman. Right now he is acting like a stone wall. I pour my heart out to him in e-mails and it seems as if he is totally unaffected. He has his reasons for wanting a divorce (he claims I don't like his family, that I didn't nurture him enough when he had cancer, etc.) and I have tried to tell him my side of the story. He says that the only thing that matters is his perception of events. I think he is bipolar, if that makes any difference. Please let me know your thoughts. Thank you so much.
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