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My husband of 30+ years left our family in August for someone he knew in high school. He immediately filed for divorce. Our children will not talk to him, and will not allow him to have visitation with his grandchildren due to his behavior. He has been through many surgeries and sicknesses during our marriage and I have always been right by his side through everything, recently he had surgery and our children came home to help him during his recovery. But, to show us how thankful he is for us and for being there for him, he has rewarded us all with this news only two weeks after we lost his father to a sudden illness. We are all still in shock over all of this!! We have asked him to go to family counseling to try to work things out and work on our family, but he says he is "happy" now and has no interest in counseling. How can he be "happy now" in a life that does not include his home, his wife, his children, his grandchildren and all of our close friends (who have also turned their back on him)? Can he really be "happy" or is he just living in the honeymoon phase of this relationship? How soon before he comes to his senses and sees everything that he has lost? Advise, comments, etc.......:confused:
 
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