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  • Need some support

    2 posts, 2 voices, 1111 views, started Jan 12, 2012

    Posted on Thursday, January 12, 2012 by Jule1971




    • Amethyst
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      My marriage is falling apart and I am not coping well.  I have 2 children and they are not coping well.  My spouse left for another woman and her children, but has moved ack home now.  Things are weird, different.  I feel broken and so do my kids.  We are in therapy, together and seperate, but I have no idea where this is going to go.  I am always on edge.  How do I learn to stand strong on my own 2 feet and take care of myself and my 2 kids but try to work on my marriage?  Does that make any sense????  I am lost.......





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          Cynthia Schmidt wrote Jan 12, 2012
        • If his cheating has been habitual through the years, he’s unlikely to change and very likely to continue to hurt you and your children. Maybe a very long separation, combined with counseling will help. But living in the same house, I believe, would only complicate things. It’s up to him to prove to her that he can and is willing to change by living separately and resisting the temptation to date others while working on your relationship. If he can do that for a prolonged period of time, perhaps he is able to change. I’m sorry you‘re going through this.heartbreak



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