Everything seemed perfectly normal in our relationship. We "discussed" more than we argued, we usually got everything out of our system and worked honestly toward compromises. I thought we had a good relationship and a happy marriage. My husband went on a mini-vacation to visit friends on his own. The day he came back, he told me that he wanted a divorce. He told me that he didn't love me anymore and hasn't loved me for all the years we've been together, even before we married. It just doesn't add up. He is not good at hiding his emotions, but now he is expecting me to believe that he was hiding them all this time. I asked if we could do something about it, but he said that he was in love with another girl in another state and that he was moving in with her as soon as we could sell the house and divide up our possessions. My head is spinning. I have been racking my brain trying to see if maybe I was in denial about our relationship, but there's really nothing there. We were honestly and truly happy with each other. Of course, we had our minor issues, but it was nothing either of us ever felt we couldn't work on. Now my husband, who has moved out, won't speak to me other than to ask when we can start dividing property and selling the house. I don't want to be separated and I certainly don't want a divorce. I don't like that he's going out of town to visit his new girlfriend every weekend. I can't understand the choices he's making because he won't tell me anything. He won't even look at me when he's talking to me. I don't know how to deal with it because it's all a major shock and it all seems so suddenly out of nowhere. Plus it hurts even more because he's being especially mean and nasty to me and saying hurtful things to try to distance himself from me, and that's just not like him. I don't know what to do or how to deal with this. I appreciate any advice.