I am currently in the process of getting a divorce. I have been married for 4 years and am trying to start my life over with my two little girls. It wasn't until after i quit talking to my husband and just accepted that it was over and signed my divorce papers and had them served on him that he contacted me and told me that he knew he had a problem and was getting help for it. He let me know that there was something wrong with him and that he needed help and that he wanted to go ahead and get the divorce so that we could start over with a fresh start. I have never heard him take responsibility for anything and he has never apologized to me for anything that has happened. He is being treated by a mental professional and is now on medication and receiving help. I am also in counseling but feel as if I need to learn how to trust again. I have had several problems with this and know for a fact that he has never cheated on me and loves me very much! I have had problems with this for as long as i can remember even before him and need help learning about his disorder which they feel is bipolar and also need help learning how to trust him so that this time when we get remarried we will be complete and to the point! Thank you for any advice you could give. I am trying to support him in his struggle to get help after 4 years and to also continue in my path to receive help!
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