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I did apologize to her. I don't know that it makes any difference at all. But I did none the less. It looks like we will be discussing the holidays here soon. It will be interesting to see how that plays out.
Me 36, W 37 M: 08/02/97 D13, D9 1st Bomb 02/08 Reconciled 04/08 2nd Bomb: 09/08 W filed for D 02/04/09 Separated 03/09 D dismissed 06/09/09 Still separated...
Loc: Illinois, United States
A friend of mine gave me a book when I moved out, "The Power of Now," by Eckhart Tolles. One chapter dealt with relationships. His point was that many people are not actually in love with their spouses, they are addicted to being in a relationship.
From what I'm reading, it doesn't sound there's much love at all between you two. Try to find out if you really love your W or if you are just addicted to being married.
I'm trying to figure that out. The longer I'm away from her and the more I rebuild my life the less I miss her. I miss my daughters tremendously but not W. At least not the one of the last three years.