I have been separated for almost 2 months. He doesn't love me, but refuses to admit that his best friend that he found over a year ago has anything to do with this. He has even told our son about his best friend, yet she has nothing to do with his abrupt change in feelings for me last year. Yeah, OK! I know I need to talk to a lawyer to find out what happens if we go the divorce route, but I just don't know how I now when to say enough is enough. I guess I will just hit that point, just as I did for making him leave. I just couldn't take his unwillingness to do anything to work on the marriage. He says he doesn't understand what that means. I am so tired of this emotional rollercoaster! I am sick of crying at the thought of something that he said to me or a memory or whatever it may be. I am saddened by my son be so sad all of the time and using video games to avoid thinking about this! He shouldn't be going through this, nor should I!!! In his short little life, he has dealt with the death of 3 people of the last 2 years and 2 pets and now this is thrown in his lap. What is this going to do to him. I will survive because of him, but .......this is soooo frustrating! I cannot believe how self-consumed my spouse is!
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