For those of you who don't know my story, my husband has been unhappy in our marriage for a long time and I had found proof of his cheating and confronted him. Now we are in the process of a divorce. His choice, not mine. I have done all I could to convince him we could work it out. But I know it is not what he wants so I have let it be and I will be moving out, into a new home in a couple weeks. What bothers me is that he is so angry with me. For my daughters sake I have taken the high road and have been cordial with him. I have gone out of my way to make this divorce as easy as possible. I have agreed to next to nothing in child support, I am leaving behind most of the furniture, he is keeping the house and our dogs, I am leaving my daughters room in tact to make the transition easier for her and still he is pissed with me. I am heartbroken over this divorce, but I don't understand him. He is the one who cheated, he is the one who wants the divorce, I should be the one who is angry. He is getting everything he wants, why is he so mad at me?
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