Is it normal 6 months after d day to still feel no further f

Is it normal 6 months after d day to still feel no further forward in terms of saving the marriage?

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Jul 20

@devastatedinptbo thank you. Hopefully he'll start to figure it out....

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Jul 20

@broken2021
Thank you for the compliment. It doesn't always feel that way. It is exhausting and painful to feel like you are the one putting in the majority of the work. Especially when you are the one who was wronged. That's why I always ask people do you want to keep living your life that way. I don't want to discourage people from saving there marriages. But the answer to that question is pivotal in the stay or go debate. Once the answer for me was no I knew it had to end. If you're answer is no than you got to pull the trigger and end things. You have to be very clear and you can leave no room for doubt. My wife wasn't clear about what she wanted and I didn't want to hear what she was saying. This led to two years of hell for both of us.

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I was still unsure and confused at 10 months, it truly turned for me at 15 months. I remember sitting alone on holiday saying to myself that it was going to all work out

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