Been such an idiot

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   Posted 7/25/2011 11:43 AM (GMT -6)   
I've been so stupid and I don't know how to fix it.

Me and my husband had an argument this morning, I told him I wasn't happy at the moment because he doesn't show me he loves me, he hasn't wanted to touch me the last few days, he doesn't really seem bothered about anything. So I told him what I was feeling and I wish I didnt.

He told me that he isn't happy either, but he feels it's mainly my fault.
He is now saying that he's thinking of leaving me, after only 2yrs of marriage.
He knew what I was like before we got married, but he said at the time that he was going to stand by me no matter what and he would be here to help me through my depression.

I really don't want us to split up, I love him with all my heart.

I really don't know how I can save our marriage.
I am going to go to the doctors and get referred to a psychiatrist to try and get my problems sorted, but he said that he doesn't know if that will be enough to save our marriage.

I know he loves me, but he says that isn't enough. He said he's going to let me know what he's going to do in a few days cry

I really need some help, how can I save my marriage??
"Sometimes The Cure Is Worse Than The Illness"

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   Posted 7/25/2011 12:20 PM (GMT -6)   
Go to the psychiatrist as intended. Get on medication and do the best that you can. That is all you can do. It sounds like you opened the door to the conversation, and I know you are regretting it, but it is time to deal with this and I think that you just showed yourself that. Have no regrets. This is going to be a learning experience for you. Go with the flow of things. Take it one day at a time. Your marriage isn't over yet, so try to be optimistic. And just try the best that you can. I feel where there is love, there is a foundation. And you both love eachother. And if things don't work out, stay friends. But I think if you both try, it will be fine. Just a little bump in the road of life.

Best wishes to you.

Hugs, Karen
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