I just need to vent a little, and also empathize with so many of the postings. I have been married for 29 years and now am trying to unravel why my husband separated from me. I wanted to work on the marriage without this, but he was determined. Now I am finding it difficult to even get him to identify what to work on with the couples therapist. I truly believe he is depressed (classic symptoms) but he won't accept this (therapist has brought it up as well). He wants to define a kind of nebulous mutual unhappiness as the cause, and can't seem to get past this. I so feel for all of you - I wish we could all be together physically to give ourselves real live hugs!
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