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I have never been this broken in my entire life. I have had

I have never been this broken in my entire life. I have had 2 failed marriages ( 1 very abusive) And I thought I found my soul mate. We have been together for almost 11 years. We have had a lot of ups and downs. I have 3 kids. My son is openly gay and transgender. And my middle daughter is floundering with depression. I have know over the last month that my relationship was strained but.. assumed we loved each other and that would always trump the bad times. It always has before. Well tonight he has finally decided that he can not cope with my son's lifestyle choices or my daughter's need for support. My head tells me that this is obviously his issue that he made clear he was not ever going to be open minded on. But my heart still feels so hurt and betrayed because my kids don't fit into his mold of perfection. Just feeling really defeated and nothing left to give anymore.

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Jan 12

Has he considered therapy? Or marriage counseling? Do you have a therapist or have yous considered talking to one? I too have been in two failed marriages. I have three children. My eldest from my first and my younger from my last husband. My last ex was a perfectionist and everyone had their role to play. If you didn't meet his expectations, he would let you know. He looked down on my eldest or talked down to him. It broke my heart. We are now divorced. I know it must be painful. I'm here to support you.

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Jan 12

I'm so sorry but he's a loser. Now I can understand it being 2 much 2 watch his daughter suffer but bc the other isn't straight is NO reason 2 turn his back.

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