Our expert says:
hasn't he a cheek, to blame your moaning for the breakup, when his secretive debts were a good reason for moaning. He's not taking responsibility for his own faults. Men don't do this, some folks who are less than a man, do, sadly.
See a counsellor to work hrough your own feelings and find better ways to cope, and sugest to him that you both get involved in marriage counselling, if he wants to continue the marriage ( it wouldnt really be worth continuing the mariage without such an intervention to try to get things right ) Or, an consider your options carefully, maybe he needs to recognize that there is nothing he needs to forgive you for, but that it is you who has had to put up with so much from him, and he needs to make an honest effort to change and stay changed --- or maybe you might welcome the separation and speak to a lawyer to look at the reality of divorce as an option.
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