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Author: kunin35 Subject: Coping help needed!!
pjloch
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posted on 02-27-2012 at 10:40 Reply With Quote Report Post to Moderator
Coping help needed!!

My wife and I decided to get divorced this past January. We are still living together with both kids. In fact we are sleeping in the same bed still. The reason for our divorce is bad communication, and the fact I can't trust her because of an emotional affair she had a year and a half ago. This is my first marriage and the wifes second. Her first marriage ended because of infidelity. I have been ok up until last week. She went out with work friends last week and decided to sleep with one of them, staying over night away from her home and kids.. I know we are getting divorced, but my feelings are still hurt. I know we are going to sleep with other people, but am I wrong thinking this is disrespectful because we are still living together. I am not over her by any means, but I know this needs to happen. We just don't see eye to eye on many things and there is no compromise. Has anyone else had this situation, and how does one cope with it. I have overwhelming feelings of sadness, hurt, regret, etc.
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posted on 02-27-2012 at 18:23 Reply With Quote Report Post to Moderator
Take a deep breath!!

I know you're going through a lot of trauma emotionally. You have every right to feel the way you do however your situation of living in the same house and sleeping in the same bed is not healthy to you and definitely not to your kids. You need to make a different sleeping arrangements for starters and eventually different living arrangements. You'll never start to heal if you can't start to seperate your true feelings. You may want to check but if you have seperation papers, I don't think they start to become effective until you "seperate". Take a deep breath and be strong!!!
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