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22 Feb 08 #14693 by needhimout
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I have just had a bolt from the blue, my seemingly happy relationship of 9 years has been taken from me, its just over a week now that my husband announced he doesn't feel the same as when we met, and doesn't love me anymore !, i am in pieces, I have been a good wife, always loved him, looked after him, and tried to be his best friend... he recently took over from his dad in the family business, and i think he can't cope with the pressure... i can't just give up, i love him so much... i don't know what to do :(

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22 Feb 08 #14699 by Gingerkitty
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Maybe the first option is to try and sit down and talk to him and find out exactly what the problem is, if it is the business pressures then you at least know you need to concentrate on that area and get help from maybe his dad on a consultant type basis.
Try suggesting an appt with marriage counsellors (Relate) - dont let things go on without any help at all, it will only get worse.
Stay positive.

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22 Feb 08 #14703 by gone1
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Hiya Nitaooo. I bet it was a shock. January is a bad time for marriages. Lots of people do this sort of thing at this time of the year. You are not alone. There are loads on here in the same boat as you. How do you cope? One day at a time one step at a time. Dont try and think to far ahead yet 1st as there is all the shock and feelings of hurt at the start. Its like a fog that descends. Wait until the mists to clear and you will have a better idea what will happen. There is a lot of support on this site and you are sure to get some good advice and support. Just take one day at a time and take care. Be strong, Chris

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22 Feb 08 #14776 by needhimout
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Thank you so much for your advice, its hard to focus when all i feel is numb, i am trying to be positive, i feel like someone has taken my heart and stamped all over it..

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