I know that it time for me to move on. I know that I would not marry this person again - if there was a second chance. I have given all of me that I can give. I have competed against a ghost for 5 years (his wife died in a car accident 17 years ago). Wow talk about time to move on. He has a fear of loving and living. Everything in our marriage is dead. Why am I still hear? I think we all have small hope that our other half will finally wake up and TRY!. I know that this is not going to happen. He is a nice person but not a good husband. Life is to short to be so unhappy. Everyday I die a little more. Can somebody help me to just move on.
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