it's been a very long 5 months...husband and i have talked til the cows come home...his infidelities were a nightmare and i couldn't wake up...i am awake now, and plan not to go to sleep again...we're working hard and playing together...we have put ourselves above everything, which is where we made some of our mistakes...i'm not perfect...we got in a big bad fight, i ripped and broke his glasses, i got hit in the eye somehow during the heated argument...anyway, we separated...thought and talked about goals and are working on them together...he just got his new glasses and I wrote a note, "hopefully, we can see more clearly, together"...i wish all of you peace today, and that you learn one thing about yourself everyday and be good to yourself...this will flow into your partner...i have made many changes and it has come back to me in many ways...i can be very negative, i have chronic pain, so it's minute to minute sometimes...i believe together we can do anything (this group), and get each other through...much encouragement and strength to my fellow injured spouses...who knows what tomorrow will bring...all I know is the first thing that popped into my head when all this began was how I would be if he had died...a lot worse off...group hug!!!
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