2.5 years post D-Day. Things got really ugly at times post D

2.5 years post D-Day. Things got really ugly at times post D-Day on the way to here.my husband had a full-on emotional affair via phone and kissed on few occations in a 1-2year period while he was jobless at home on the farm.this was with a girl 23yrs younger than him and of different race.
I know I am nowhere near who I was before and my insecurities really don't help at all. there are good days, but most days it is just as if neither one of us really gives a **** about what the other one feels or thinks or what they are going through.when we argue we easy go to extremes.this started just before D-Day and then esculated from there. it just feels like respect will never return. He has a short temper so there is never real peace in the house.kids also suffer.
Just feels like I can't see myself and him being happy again. It feels like the only way for me to be free from all this is for us to part.
I can never get myself there for so many reasons. Anyone else post D-Day felt like the only way to be free from all of this is to get out?

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Kas1966's picture
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Jan 17

@SisterinChrist we are doing really well thank you. I have to accredited it to many changes in my life. But when I first discovered the affair well you know how it is. I am so thankful for this site and the wonderful people who helped me. Now I try to give back. I met devestatedinptbo who has become a beautiful friend and I have now retired, moved, and as we speak traveling our beautiful country. I have a lot of distractions which helps so much. I still have trouble focusing but I am working on it.

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Leahzan's picture
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Jan 17

@Kas1966 Let me know if you make it to Oregon/Washington area in your travels.

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Kas1966's picture
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Jan 17

@Leahzan I most definitely will!

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