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  1. Before you walk away make sure you get counseling. But definitely take time to clear your head. Xx

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  2. I am so very sorry you are in this spot. As you know, I am contemplating similar things (even though our journey is a little different). I agree with the poster above about counseling. Both individual sessions and couples sessions would be helpful, I am doing both right now. While I would not say that they are changing my husband's feelings of things, it is helping us talk things through and clarify what we are trying to communicate.
    sending you so much love right now, this stuff is so hard

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  3. I would suggest counseling but in an earlier post you mentioned your hubby was not much into that.

    I think you both need some time away from each other to re-evaluate what you both want in life.

    Don't define this time off as "walking away from your marriage" since that does make it seem very final. Just consider it taking a short mental break, and it could just be week, discuss with him and come up with a timeframe. At the end of that time you can re-eveluate what you each want and see if any compromise is possible.

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  4. All I can say is I am thinking about you and truly hoping there is an answer to this problem. If your husband would be willing to go to counseling, you should do it. If, not then I hope you can find some answers within yourself. I am so sorry :(

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  5. My heart is hurting for you right now. I went through this (and am still dealing with it) with my husband recently. Infertility is nasty. I agree with everyone in that counseling is a good idea. Not that I can judge what is best in your situation, but I know that in my situation, for my mental state, I need counseling so it might just help you.

    I will be thinking of and praying for you. I'm so sorry that you are going through this.

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  6. Oh Ali. Hugs and love heading your way.

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