theglide96 Posted February 22, 2007 Share Posted February 22, 2007 My wife and I met a few years ago. Started dating for about a year before we moved in together. We were engaged about a year later and were finally married in April of last year. We had always wanted to move out of the Tampa, Fl area and finally had a opportunity in June after we married. We moved away from my family and our friends to an area that was more conducive to starting a family and owning a new home. The move didnt start well. I moved up to SC June 1, and she didnt make it up here until early July. I took us a while to get settled, and a job for her didnt pan out as quickly as we hoped. The relationship started getting pretty rocky. We stopped having sex and spent very little time just having fun. I made things worse by browsing the internet for porn and she didnt appreciate it. She said she had lost respect for me, ( I sought advice on this site at that time). As things finally settled down she began pulling futher and futher away. She began disliking me and we started arguing about seperating, I didnt want to. We then decided to seek counseling and try to patch things up. The holidays were great we spent alot of time together with our families and friends and things looked good. Then it all resurfaced, she stopped acknoledging me and pulled away. Finally it all came to a head and we decided to divorce. She said she didnt like me anymore and had fallen out of love with me. She said she had been having doubts for a while and just kept it inside. Now we are separated and she is living with a guy she met at the dog park, that is just a "friend." At first I felt like the divorce was the right thing to do but as time goes by I feel like we have given up on a special relationship and havent even given our life together a chance. I would really appreciate some advice on this situation. I am supposed to be moving back to FL, in a few days to start the divocre proccess, but I dont know that I am ready to give up. Part of me thinks that divorce is the easy solution, but I dont want to lose my wife. I feel like two different people. Please, any advice, either way will help! Quote Link to comment
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