Does anyone else have this problem? When my husband (who I am seperated from) is being ugly I can get angry and and so sure of what I am doing. But when he is being reasonable and kind I feel guilty like I am making it all up and he is not such a bad guy after all. I find myself doubting and thinking I am making a mountain out of a molehill. He is very reasonable and seems like he really cares. He tells me I am his best friend and how he wants to reconcile, but if I am not happy then he will go through with the divorce because he wants me to be happy. I want so much for him to really care and love for me. His words sound great, but his actions are eventually showing the real him. I wonder does he realize his problem? I don\'t think so because he will not admit that he has done anything wrong. I am the one who left. He has been so verbally abusive to me and the kids in the past, hurting us so deeply, but after awhile you forget. How do I not let myself be sucked into these seemingly honest pleas for us to get back together when I know that I know that nothing has really changed? Tamra
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