Let me start by saying I am new to this site. I am reaching out to strangers because in the past I have had the problem (a problem I have been working on for some months now) of sharing too much with close family members. My husband and I's struggles came to a head a little less then a year ago. When I say "came to a head" I am referring to infidelity on his part. Shockingly he came right out and told me hours after it happened, originally the plan was to not tell me at all according to him. I struggled with this revelation originally and had to think about what I wanted to do, and "escaped" for about a week to think it over. During which time he was wanting me to come home and saying we can fix this etc. I chose to agree with him and started counseling.... to get to the point a little faster.... During counseling (which I thought was going well) I found out that he was still seeing the woman. We both decided to separate. I left, have been gone now for almost a year. We still communicate and even though I know that I truly want to fix things, he seems to not know what he wants. There are many layers to this whole situation but I don't want to ramble.
My question is, I have heard the longer a couple is separated the less likely it is that they will reconcile. And more often then not it will end in divorce. Is this always true?
Trying to hold on..... The Insomniac
"A tree falls the way it leans.....be careful which way you lean"