My Marriage is in real trouble and she has shut me out.

by Mark

I am doing all I can. I have made the changes and dedicated myself to just working so she can have better things. I pretty much work on oil rigs all the time it seems. I think there was another guy at some point. OR they at least had a dialog while I was away. Now she will hardly speak to me . Blocks me on social media.

I know there is always 2 stories. But I legit don't deserve this treatment. How do I get back to us being 500 miles away ? I honestly love my family and will do anything to protect it. She is just getting worse and worse with BS slutty friends around her.

I am still young and good looking. I just love what I have and want to save it. Not walk away to find another and really screw up my kid.

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Eugene Kayser, lic. Marriage & Family Therapist

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