My husband of 22 years told me he's not sure what he wants out of life anymore. 6 months ago I found out he had a 1 night stand. He went out of his way to get me back and I forgave him. For the last 3 months or so he has been back and forth with I might want a divorce. It's not 100% yet but MIGHT want a divorce. He agreed to go to a marrige counselor for 5 sessions. I thought it was helping but must not have. We still live together and still sleep in the same bed. Says he can't stand to see me so upset, then he will cry. I told him maybe to go away for a few days to clear his head. This Friday I came home to a note saying he did just that and he wouldn't tell me where he went. He had texted me several times to let me know he's ok. He swears theres not another women. This man has been a gem for all these years and people are in shock thats hes acting like this. How long should I wait to see if he gets over this hump? Most thinks he's going through a mid life crisis. Oh, hes planning on buying a new Harley. I went to a lawyer just to see where i stand so then so did he because I did. Basically he holkds all the cards. He makes all the money and I make next to nothing. We have no children either. I am comletely devasted. Can';t eat or sleep and this is all I think about. My life is a total mess.
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