My husband and I have drifted apart, but he still thinks we should make things work. He's done nothing wrong - I just don't love him anymore. I want to stay as close of friends as possible, and get together as a family whenever we have days off. I haven't left yet because of my own personal financial situation, which I'm trying to resolve right now. I was hoping my parents would be behind me on this, but they want me to stay with my husband for financial reasons, which I don't want to do. I need to know that I can do this.. how many of you have done this successfully? Please shell out any advice, it'd be much appreciated.
Asked by Anonymous at 1:28 PM on Mar. 30, 2010 in Relationships
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Answer by mompam at 1:47 PM on Mar. 30, 2010
I think you should take a couple months and find your bearings maybe just separate yourself right now from this and sit down and decide where you want to go. Make a list and find something just for you sometimes we get lost in the day to day. Take some time and find yourself. Make a list for yourself of what you gain from being single and staying. after if you realize this is truly over for you start setting goals for where you see yourself in a year and work from there. As much advice as we can give you only you can know. GL Feel free to IM if you need to talk.
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