Well the H and I have been talking. Of course he wants to work things out and I have been straddling the fence. I do love him so very much, but not sure if it`s enough. We have been talking more and trying to deal with the what went wrong in the relationship. Now he knows that no matter what went wrong what he did was totally and unequivically wrong, and thats a start. We have been spending more time together and just talking.I started letting him stay in the spare room for now. When we go out we go out as a family . We are communicating without all the yelling and screaming(mainly me). Last night our son stayed at a friends and he wanted to take me out and I`m not quite ready for that yet. So he went to my favorite restraunt and brought food in. That was really sweet and thoughtful and he hasnt done something like that in a very long time. Today, he is helping my mother move yet again she has to be out by tomorrow night. He is trying soooo very hard and not pushing me for anything. The only thing he did ask was for me to remove the child support and I told him no I didn`t trust him enough to do that yet. He wasn`t happy but said he understood. My concern I guess is, he is showing all the right signs, and doing all the right things, but is it enough. She still works where she does and he no longer shops there. I have friends who work there and they never see him there anymore. The last time he was there the OW left crying and called in sick the next day. I do love him, but don`t want to get hurt again. So i`m wondering yet again, is love ever enough to pull a marriage through. Not talking new love i`m talking long tested given up everything for love. Looking forward to input and thoughts.
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