My husband has been court ordered since July 2006 not to have any contact with the kids because of his illegal drug use. At this time, I don't know where he is or who he is with. I know he's cheated on me numerous times and probably still is - but he doesn't ever want to discuss it with me...because he's "got a lot" on his mind because he'll probably be going to jail at some point. From what I'm hearing...he expects me to wait until he gets to jail to work on our relationship. I think he just don't want me to revoke his bond or take my truck back. I'm not handling my life being "on hold" very well while he gets to do whatever he wants. His illegal drug use has cost our family everything and I do mean everything. He doesn't even care what I'm dealing with on the home front. But, I'll get me and the two boys out of this hole without him. I just can't believe if he really wanted to work on our relationship why he doesn't show more of an effort while on the outside vs. waiting until he's on the inside. Should I wait to see if it will work out? Should I end it now? How do you work on a relationship when one person is in jail?
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