I don't even know where to start. I have great friends and family who are supporting me right now but I needed an anonymous audience too...my husband and I have been married a little over two years now. About two months ago, he told me that he'd been unhappy for a while (like a year and a half). I was shocked and hurt that he'd never said anything. We talked about what would make him feel more loved and happier. I did everything and more. A couple weeks later, we talked again and I wanted to know if he was feeling better. Apparently, not really, because he told me that he has fallen out of love with me and has no loving feelings anymore, in spite of everything I do and am willing to do...
He has recently become friends with a group of people and they go out a lot. There is also one girl in particular that he texts/talks to constantly. They work together and he insists that they are friends. He hangs out with her and her boyfriend (along with other people) quite frequently. I don't think that the boyfriend matters, because why is she texting my husband all day/night and in the middle of the night too? Do friends ever have an excuse to do this? I couldn't take how I was being treated and left three weeks ago...he is so emotionally shut down and I am so lost. He said he needed space to figure out what he wanted. I love him so much and believe that we can make this so much better than before, but only if he makes the choice to do so...If he doesn't make the choice to be with me and fix this, then I know that I deserve happiness and have to move on.
Has anybody ever dealt with a similar situation? I believe that he doesn't have physical and romantic emotions for this girl, because he truly is a good man and I don't believe would lie to me at this point (what's the point in lying; we're already separated). However, he seems to be so blind to the inappropriate relationship that he has with this girl. I feel like I'm going crazy and living in a twilight zone right now...View Thread
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