Well I am sorry to say, some things don't change. Sometimes it is best to move forward before the relationship get worse. Your husband has low self esteem problems, because of things in the past and he won't let go nor will he seek some help. He is proud.
Doesn't like to ask for help. Everyone needs to be loved, it's just some people don't know how to show it. And maybe it is due to the child he's had.
Please yourself, and make sure you do something to better yourself in the process. And sometimes you can help someone by moving on.
I feel the same way when going through some things with my spouse. I had to go get some help just to see if I was crazy or not. Yes, I have done things that I am not proud of.
But, I found myself doing the things that I did because I felt I made a big mistake in getting married. I felt like I could just kick myself for marrying the wrong person. But, I still continued to get the marriage back on track. And yet, there is a time where you just say enough.
I hope this helped. Always keep your head up high, because you are better than that.View Thread
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