My husband left 3 wks ago. We haven't even been married 2yrs. He is my 2nd marriage and I thought "This is the one. This is the one I want to spend the rest of my life with. It will be different this time." What a joke!!!! The 1st marriage he cheated. This one wants to just give up. I understand his complaints. I have not been a very good wife/mom/step-mom. I yell all the time. I don't spend the quality time with the kids like I use too. I just have not been the woman he fell in love with. I was diagnosed with a thyroid problem a week after he left. I am now on meds. I have come to this realization and I am doing something about it. I have offered up family counseling. He wants no part in it. He just wants to give up on us and our family. He is the most wonderful husband. He has taught me so much about love and about myself. I really, really, don't want this at all!!!! When we got together he was sick and I took care of him. I have honored my wedding vows "in sickness and health". But, now he can't honor "for better or for worse" I told him that I will be the person I used to be. It just will take time. But, how will he know if he is not here to see it. I think I am on the getting on the right track.
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