My husband left Tuesday, two days after buying our Christmas tree and my presents. He says he knows he can never be happy. Through the years, we've both been on the point of leaving, usually over a fight. He was so calm and spookily rational, telling me he knows what's best. We've been in counseling for about a year, and really it was only within this year that I did really open up and trust him and depend on our marriage to be there in hard times. We swore that if it ever came to this, we'd take the "Dr. Phil" approach, and try crisis counseling and every available avenue to either help us heal together or help us walk away amicably. I still want my marriage, I still want my husband, I know that giving him my trust again would be so difficult, but I'm an old-Fashioned wife: Trying is what I do. He won't be communicative about finances or legality, he says it's "too soon". Which is easy for him, we lived within 20 minutes of all his friends and family and he has a job that he loves. I had no support network nearby, so I had to fly 400 miles home to my family to get any help. I'm losing my job, and though I'm the one who wants to work on our marriage, I have to think logistically and financially to survive and he doesn't get that. When do you give up hope that it will work out? When do you stop believing that this is a rash head-trip and he'll change his mind? Help!!
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