My husband and I separated back in June of this year. Well he has recently came home. He was gone for almost 2 months and has now been back almost a month. I know things will never be the way the were before, but I was hoping that things would be good. They have been okay, but he is really moody. One day he is fine and happy, the next he is acting really weird. I am just not sure what to do anymore. We have been married for 16 years and I really love him. To beat it all...I am still in love with him. We have 3 kids together and a lifetime of memories. I just don't know what to do anymore. He is drinking all the time. And bar hopping. As far as I know (and I am pretty sure) he isn't having an affair. I am worried about him, because in Jan 08 he had a heart attack, and 5 way bypass then in June 08 he had coratid artery surgery. In Aug 08 he had another small heart attack. During his by-pass surgery he died and they brought him back, and I just don't think he came back the same person. I was so lost w/ out him during our separation....My family is my whole world. And when things are good w/ us I feel utterly miserable. How can you love someone for over 16 years and then they start treating you this way??? I just don't understand it...any help would be great....
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