Marriage Seperation

depressed alone woman



Marriage seperation with dignity for yourself and your children is how you wanna ride out this drama, right?

You don't have to tell me how difficult he is making it ... I already know ...

  • He wants you to pay for his pain and all you want is out.
  • He wants you to need him but you're determined to do whatever it takes to not need him.
  • He says he sees ... what he's been refusing to see all along and is promising a change.
  • You love him as a person but you don't love the man he's become and you know it's too late for him to change.
  • You've changed ... and so has he, and neither of you recognize one another anymore.

  • You want what's best for the children ... they've been witnessing too much negativity and drama for far too long.
  • Marriage seperation with help for yourself and your children may require you to reach out to family, friends, and/or professionals.

    Breaking up, in and of itself, is depressing. It's a loss that you're less eager to share with others.

  • Reaching out will take some courage and who you choose to share your pain with will be an even more sensitive matter.
  • Talk about your pain, shame, and loss with a close, trusted friend.
  • Journal your thoughts in a notebook for only you to see.
  • Let go .... although you're uncertain about what the future holds.
  • Continue to respect your soon to be ex-husband in front of your children.
  • Reject feeling only doom and gloom ... life does get better!
  • Marriage seperation happens ... and sometimes for good reason!

    Divorce could be the ultimate outcome ... or reconciliation might take place. As unfortunate as it seems ... a little space does wonders.

    Seperation isn't a warrant for divorce so there is hope for the couple who just needs a bit of guidance in mutual love and respect.




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