My husband has been telling me he doesn't love me anymore for quite sometime now. It was the most painful words I've ever heard so far. He wanted to separate but he's not leaving home. He told me, he'll leave the house for good when he likes it. No matter how sorry I was for the wrong things I did he wouldn't wanna give me a chance. I asked for the same chance I gave him when he cheated on me some 4 or 5 years ago. 

I wanted us to work that's why as far as I can change for the better I would change, but for every chance he got he'll throw me that line, i dont love you anymore. 

I never thought I could be this heartbroken. I feel sad for my son. He doesn't deserve to grow up in a broken family. I hope there's another way for my situation. ๐Ÿ˜ญ

 

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grasya

by grasya on May 19, 2020 2:12 pm

You know what, keep on showing love to him even if he does not reciprocate. Even if he will be mean to you, keep on showing love. Do not shout at him, keep your cool no matter what. And most of all, pray. Keep on praying. Have you watched to movie โ€˜Fireproofโ€™? This movie has helped a lot of married couples. I am married myself. It would be nice if you and your husband will watch it. Itโ€™s a beautiful movie about marriage.

Bato

by Bato on May 9, 2020 7:47 am

@Marco, sounds like she did

Marco

by Marco on May 8, 2020 11:42 am

Did you cheat as well?

Yumi

by Yumi on April 28, 2020 7:38 pm

Not knowing what you did I assume your husband was very disturbed by it and maybe expecting him to automatically forgive you is also part of the problem. It comes off as a form of entitlement and inability to fully grasp the extent of the problem. It is not fair to use the kid as an excuse for him to stay because that didn't matter to you know you committed the offence. Humble yourself, give him space to heal and not guilt trip him to get your way.

MidlifeGuy

by MidlifeGuy on April 27, 2020 5:57 am

This is sad.I think he's decided. Can't force someone to do something he does not like. Best is just to be responsible parents to your son even if you are separated.