does my husband really love me or is he cheating with someone else?
he treats me like dirt now, he gets mad very easily, he often goes to his nieces house and the niece is always trying to introduce him to her little easy friends to try and break up our marriage. hes taken off over night before several times and hed stay the night there im losing my mind. this is a serious problem im miserable i dont trust him and its ruining my life. i just wish i knew because this is crazy its so bad its going make me kill myself with stress.
it sounds like that man needs 2 grow up in maturity. u never know something about what u described about him sure does sound fishy 2 me
Just get up and leave!!! Why are you even putting up with his mess. Who cares if he is cheating, he sounds a mess, don't you want to leave a better life that is stress free and doesnt have misery written all over it!
Nobody on here can know if he your husband really loves you or not, and being "treated like dirt" doesn't always (strangely enough) mean someone doesn't care about you.
It's pretty clear, since he takes off for overnights and goes to the niece's more often than one would expect, that you and he have "issues" in the marriage. Can you get him to go with you to a marriage counselor, where maybe, together, you and your husband could get to the root of whatever issues there are, and take it from there?
Best wishes. (I do have to say that there's something to be said for reeltaulk's straight-and-to-the-point answer to this question. )
Girl wake up. Yes he is up to something and it is not good move on and do better for yourself first weather its losing weight geting a better job, new car, make yourself Happy and start over the grass is greener on the other side.
I'm sorry to hear about your situation. I think that you already know the answer to your question, and this is why you're reaching out to others. Maybe you should sit down with your husband and have a conversation with him about your true feelings and concerns. You could also consider finding a good marriage counselor. You cannot change another person, but you can change yourself and sometimes your positive changes can affect another person's behavior in a positive direction. Again, I'm sorry for your stress and pain.
I know the feelings and experienced. Don't kill your self. try JESUS CHRIST in your life. Read the Bible. "...He will never leave you nor forsake you." Hebrew 13:5. Attend church activities, get you self busy with spiritual things. Surrender your life with Jesus and you will be amazed. He will carry you, all your burdens, problems and many more. Always ask Him, pray to HIM. He will guide you. Nothing is impossible with God.
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