I was married young at the age of 19. I was completely in love with my husband for a very long time. We have three wonderful children. I'm going to get counseling myself and for my children. My soon to be ex and I went to a lot of marriage counseling over the years. It has always helped. The last session we had we told the counselor that we had decided to separate. We went through all kinds of Ideas. Maybe we'll both grow if we are apart, which we have, maybe we will find we can stay married and not live together maybe we can just be good friends. The most I can say is that we've both grown. Right now we aren't sharing anything with each other accept the absolute required information concerning the kids. That's ok for now. We'll see what the future brings. I met an old friend, she is older than I am. I can remember when I was young she and her husband separated, she told me about the time she decided she wanted to work on the relationship he was ready to get the ball rolling on the divorce. She said at the divorce settlement they decided to try to work it out. They've been back together for at least 25 years. I'm trying to not plan too far into the future!
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