I was asked to leave the house a week before Christmas. Went through many stages, most involved either depression, anger and self pitty. I am seeing a counselor now for most of that. But don't know what to do, being held in limbo, words of encouragement from her once and a while and there have been little rays of hope relayed on occasion. Wearing her vowel renewel ring (not first one) has been off for a month or so. Exchanged V-Day Gifts through kids. Wrote letters to each other, she says she doesn't know what she wants but signed Love (her Name). Mine was mostly telling her it was OK to feel like she did and wanting the separation (I really don't feel that way) and just let her know I still miss her. It's been 9 weeks do I try to break the ice, ask her for coffee? Do I try some family activity? Do I just wait it out? Do I distance my self more to give her room? Any suggestions????
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