my husband & I have been struggling for years. I'd say after my son was born 8 yrs ago he just detached hisself from me. made me feel like the only reason I was here was to give birth to HIS son. my daughter & him didn't get along which made us not get along even more. I think that after 5 yrs of doing this I just dont' have those kinds of feelings for him. I wanted to get divorced but he kept denying it. I just wanted to be happy & I knew it wouldn't be w/him. after trying to make myself happy, going out doing my own thing. in turn making him wakeup & all the sudden want to be the man that I always wanted him to be, someone who is around, wants to have sex, eat dinner together, you know all the normal things... well now I dont want it. I have been trying for 6 mos now and I just don't feel it. so many things just piss me off too fast... I keep telling him it took him 5 yrs to make me hate him it's gonna take longer for me to start to love him again. but after all this time already I'm starting to think that I never will. is there such a thing as enough is enough and you just can't get back what you once had??? I feel horrible for him and don't want to hurt him, but I am also not feeling this and feel like I'm being fake. my biggest concern always has been and always will be my kids. I will try for them. my daughter moved out when she was 16 cause she didnt' want to be here w/him, that really hurt. so confused & don't know what to do!!! any suggestions would be welcome!!! THANX!!!View Thread
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