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Does he love me or love me not??
February 6, 2001
10:44 am
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My husband and I have been married for 1 1/2 years and it has been pretty good. Recently we moved to another state for his work and things are horrible. I moved back home and he is still there. We talk and try to work on things but my relationship with him is like a roller coaster. He constatnly says that he loves me but he is not sure if we can grow up and work our marriage out. I psychoanalyze everything he says and does. The time apart has been good for me but every 4 or 5 days I get back into the same negative thought pattern. We have a very weird relationship. We have 4 kids and pay $1200 in child support. Plus the ex wife is evil. When we discuss this situation he sees me as the evil one. He will go out and leave me at home. When he is through talking he hangs up. I have completely lost control of my life and I do not blame him.
Any tips on how I can keep my anger under control as well as everything else. It just snowballs. I would want to divorce me to. One minute he wants one then the next he does not.... HELP!!!!

February 6, 2001
7:34 pm
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Sounds like you have lots of blended family issues, as well as financial strain, not to mention a big move which under the best of circumstances can cause havoc. You did not elude to how much home work you did before you said I do, and all the kids could ruin any passion that flamed the romance. Its a hard path with all the feelings going on with yours and mine, and then there is Ex-Mrs Evil. I used to think that marriage, and family stuff was the same, for everyone, but there is nothing like trying to blend two families to really learn, what looks like a duck, the other person sees as a chicken. When my 2nd husband and I thought we would become the next Brady bunch, even what time the kids should go to bed was an issue, my girls at 8pm for ever and if they couldn't sleep could read, his son was allowed to stay up till the cows came home, and at the age of 8 I thought that was parental neglect. Now your feelings are hurt and so are hubbys, and that makes discussions, turn to rage in.2 seconds. Make a few lists, good bad, and ugly, pros, and cons, and get Phil Mc Graw's book on relational rescue. Good luck

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