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I'd love to know James' view on getting over someone I still love but but just can't seem to walk away from. Hi Pensive, Gerald Rogers wrote the article. That's the best advice I think myself or anyone else can give you. I wish you all the best. I too wish I had read this article months ago.

I woke up to a letter a day after Thanksgiving. I'm devastated. I knew we had problems,but after ten years together, we have overcome a lot. Unfortunately I'm guilty of failing at all of the things listed, although I'm not they only one. I'm afraid she's already given her heart to another. I recently read your article desperately trying to find out why,where and when my marriage failed of 18 years.

We have 6 children and have been with my husband for 20 years total.

We started out as high school sweet hearts and then got married after graduating. The plan was to be together forever and for us to have a family. However the trials and tribulations of life and our world has taken its toll. Not to mention our families history. Something most couples never think about before taking the plunge to get married.

Somewhere along the way my husband stopped caring and being soft and gentle. I am not sure but I thin it was rich after the wedding 2 months later when he choose a career in the Marines. Seems like he became too hard and tough and the romance stopped after he left me to go to boot camp only 2 months after being married.

Upon his return he became a mean person to me and controlling as hell. Very angry and stopped dating me too. He never re ally tried it seemed and only focused on himself and his career. Even after getting out of the Marines. Any job or career that he had,has always comes before me and our love. Even with his family and our children. He has simply taken me for granted many many years and treated and spoken to me like dirt. All the while I stay home being supportive of all of his career choices along with taking care of our 6 children all after putting off mg own career choices or going back to college and getting another degree that will more then likely so collecting dust with the others that I earned.

However I am busy raising our family as he is busy doi g his own thing and neglecting me. I spent my whole 20's being pregnant and into my mid 30's all to give him what he said he wanted. Now and as always he has treated me like dirt and disrespected me. I am tired of putting forth energy,time,effort and mostly my heart to have it keep getting broken.

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I can't get him to see that laughing and dating one another is better then arguing and him thinking ill of me all the time. I think this article really hit home for me and as I so back and tho k about the marriage vows we said to one another in Gods house I am sad because I know in my heart that we have no real marriage or at least what we vowed to one another that special day. Their is no emotion closeness nor friendship nor much trust between us as there should be.

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I know and can feel it. I always have and have been the one to honor him and our relationship and try and better it through the years with everything that I can.

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At some point though you get past the point of exhaustion and the only thing you have is prayer. I will continue to pray fail until the end,but when is that? When you feel that you have no honor left? No fight left in you. My soul aches daily but as God says love anyway and so i will until I guess I can't anymore. I guess until I am past the numbness stage.

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Thank you for sharing such a wonderful lesson with the world. I will always be grateful that at least someone other then I think marriage is supposed to be the ways you described always. With lot of hope and prayer In fact - just trying to live up to that list alone will destroy your mental well being forever. It will make you question yourself, wonder what happened, wonder what you did wrong. If the person you are with is incapable of following along, well then the whole thing is pointless. You might as well end it sooner than later - if not, count on misery. I laughed bitterly when I read this.

I lived this, it was my mantra - and I was betrayed, my children were betrayed. After 23 years, she walked out on us all. Gave up.

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The warning signs were there. Over the years - every single one of these points were tested I tried to believe in love - it got me nowhere but hell. Take these words to heart End it now - save yourself the torture. Get out. Get safe. Find the person who believes as well. I have to totally agree with NoOneOfConsequence's experiance. I too lived this as fiercely as I knew how. In the end I had a mental breakdown, misery overtook me and now six months later I am treated as though I never existed am am trying to pick up the pieces everyday I spend without the love of the woman I pledged my future too.

In the 's when No-Fault divorce became the norm all the womans groups screamed that men would love'm and leave'm just as fast as they turned 30 years old. All too often they do exactly what was posted above "- and I was betrayed, my children were betrayed. Guard your hearts men. Not your wifes. I don't even know what to say, my 20 year anniversary is next year and all I know is I'm not happy and I don't think my husband even cares. When I see comments like.. A marriage is 50 50 I feel sick!

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Things are rarely equally and you must be willing to step up when your partner is down. Whe I had cancer there was no way I could pull my "50"! When he is away I pull plus taking care of kids and home. It is all give and take but when you learn to give more than take you and your marriage will truly be blessed.