I have a question for you all. I waas the one who wanted the divorce in a marriage where my husband insisted he was happy and felt, according to him, completely blindsided by me asking for a divorce. He says he never saw it coming. He asks if we could go to counseling, if it was really over and if we could work things our for the 1st 3 days but that was it. He has never said he can't live w/o me or made a fight for me at all. No flowers, cards, candy, phonecalls, nothing. I feel now, 5 months later, like I have spent 10 yrs with someone who never really loved me at all. How could he not even try to get me back. What did he have to lose? I am so hurt that after all this time and having our child and everything there is no effort. His reasonining for this he says, is that there's no point since I want it over anyway. Do you think his actions or lack there of are b/c of anger or that he probably wanted out of the marriage himself but never actaully said it b/c of fear or whatever?
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