So, the best we can do is equip ourselves with clarity—what we want and what we don’t want. If a man leaves you when you are trying to express yourself, or the conversation gets uncomfortable and heated—he doesn’t know how to cope properly. He is running from himself and from you emotionally (just like when he gets up and leaves during a fight). A man who truly is your biggest fan and support will always be there when you need him, and you won’t even need to ask.
If he does not bring a smile to your face and to your heart every day and every time you see him, and he is not smiling back at you—move on.
When you decide to accept and love yourself as you are, by allowing your heart to be fully exposed and vulnerable, no one will ever wave a red flag in your direction again. I think everything should be cared for, whether it is a dish, a shirt, a toilet or a person.
No one wants to be in a relationship with someone who doesn’t love themselves; then, it’s not a relationship, it’s a torture chamber. Suppose while he’s at it he may as well say he still loves her… Yeah great advice!

You include him in every part of your life, yet he rarely, if ever invites you into any facet of his life. Someone who leaves, is not the someone you want to rely on when you really need them to show up. I was angry, disgusted and hurt and spent quite some time trying to punish him (which I know was a poor choice but I can’t change it now). People make mistakes, I have to forgive and see the love that is still there… Just keeping in mind, fool me once shame on you, fool me twice shame on me. Trust can’t happen overnight, although it seemed so easy to give when we fell in love 24 years ago. He says that I have made promises that I do not keep regarding the way I treat him which he focuses on constantly instead of the true issue. Then when we begin to dig deep, he says we just do not work together and we should face reality and get a divorce.
It’s been a little over 2 years since I found out my husband had an emotional affair. He tells me that I have nothing to worry about and that he’s honest with me but I still struggle with trying to trust him again.

And find something that you love to do like painting, writing, running, reading, whatever you like to do. I hate to read but the contents of that book and praying and crying out to God for strength to forgive and trust again after my husbands emotional affair with a coworker a yr and s half ago, saved my marriage.
The words I heard that night are words you never want to hear from the person you love am trust with all you have. I am GRATEFUL for a husband that has been more than willing to take responsibility and do all in his power to be open and honest with me to build back trust. A part of me always have a bit of sadness carried around do to this, but I also have learned to that at times when these rush of feelings and thoughts come to me that I have to take control and push it away.

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