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I threw my husband out, he is staying at mates on sofa and he told my mum he seeing someone. I don't feel he is, he told me he doesn’t love me anymore, I feel like he is trying to push me away as he can't support us. But he starts a new job Monday and we’re not going to lose house now. Will he come back to our marriage or are my instincts wrong xx

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I can see that this man is really unsure of what he wants right now regarding your marriage and I see that the lack of work has had a detrimental effect on him as he does like to keep busy, being out of work has made him half the man that he was and it made him feel a complete failure. Many men have their identity wrapped up in what they do for a living. So much so that when they find themselves out of a job it's almost as if the man they are or were, no longer is. They don't recognise the face staring back at them in the mirror they feel lost. This man ran to his mates and he just could not face the fact that in his mind he had let his family down. I am not seeing that he has another woman around him, he was rather confused when he told you that he no longer loved you. He is going to feel like his old self once he has been in his new job for around six months I feel and over this period of time the relationship that he had with you will start to build up again, this is going to take a lot of time and patience on your part The key to getting your marriage back on track is not to push him in any way he needs to be allowed to settle in his new working life and as time goes on he will clear his head and then he will start to think about the family that he has walked away from. Time is of the essence here.

Angie
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I can see that this man is really unsure of what he wants right now regarding your marriage and I see that the lack of work has had a detrimental effect on him as he does like to keep busy, being out of work has made him half the man that he was and it made him feel a complete failure. Many men have their identity wrapped up in what they do for a living. So much so that when they find themselves out of a job it's almost as if the man they are or were, no longer is. They don't recognise the face staring back at them in the mirror they feel lost. This man ran to his mates and he just could not face the fact that in his mind he had let his family down. I am not seeing that he has another woman around him, he was rather confused when he told you that he no longer loved you. He is going to feel like his old self once he has been in his new job for around six months I feel and over this period of time the relationship that he had with you will start to build up again, this is going to take a lot of time and patience on your part The key to getting your marriage back on track is not to push him in any way he needs to be allowed to settle in his new working life and as time goes on he will clear his head and then he will start to think about the family that he has walked away from. Time is of the essence here.

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