For almost 2 months my husband and i have been separated. I kicked him out because of some pictures i found on his cell phone...which i believe now were innocent. I have forgave him for that. I tryed to get him to come back home, hes living with a friend an hour away. He keeps telling me he doesn't know what he wants to do..and thats all i get. I haven't mentioned anything to him about it for the past 2 weeks. He came over two days before valentine's day to clean up a mess he created the week before when he fixed his car here...well i gave him a card and some cookies he likes for valentine's day....figured it would be nice. The next day he came back over because he never did the work he was suppose to do and he brought me a card and a box of chocolates. It was definetly a surprise, but he didn't say he wanted to try to work things out or anything and i didnt say anything either because i'm tired of feeling hurt everytime he says he doesn't know. I just dont understand any of this...if he hated me so much and didn't want to be with me why would he get me something. A friend of mine is going through problems with her husband too and he didn't get her anything. Does anyone know why men say they "don't know" all the time...does anyone have any advice on what i should do now? Thanks
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