what do I do?

by Dassa
(ireland)

My partner of 24 years want out, he hasn't been himself lately and I have felt rejected, we have been through hell within those 24 years, but we have had some brilliant times too, our friends are all the same and so are our interests so when he said he wanted out, I kind of knew it was coming but I don't know what to do he won't even talk to me and said he is leaving tomorrow, I have 2 kids at home aged 14 and 2 so I just dont know what to do.

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Oct 24, 2011
Husband
by: Cookie

How are you doing?

Oct 22, 2011
Husband
by: Cookie

Let him go. He will return. A good father will never leave his family for long. Give it time. I suspect he will reconnect in about four-six months. Another woman is in the background I suspect and you will probably find out that you know her.

You have to long of a history for him to just completely walk away. While this may be comforting you may find during this time that you won't want him back when he try's to return and he will return. You may not be able to forgive and get past it.

You posted on a death loss forum and I take it that this is like sudden death to you. In a way it would be. I can only imagine. My heart goes out to you and your children. Patience is key here.

Take care of yourself and your children. Never forget who you are and what you stand for. Never let him or anyone take you down. Hold onto your life, take care of yourself, your pride, dignity, and most of all your kids. Continue to live your life!

God bless and keep you and your children in his care. You will be ok. Pray for your answers to the next chapter of your life. The Holy Spirit will answer you and guide you. Hugs and prayers.

Cookie in Virginia

Oct 22, 2011
Dear Dassa
by: Geoffrey Campbell

Dear Dassa, over the years I have seen miracles wrought through prayer. Once we even had a woman healed who had severe chronic pain and could not even walk, through prayer we had an angel in our clinic at Living Springs, and many more. It is amazing the power of prayer dear Dassa, and no matter what happens, you are not alone, God loves you dear. Sincerely, a friend in Pennsylvania, USA

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