Our expert says:
Actually, this seems more common that you might think --- that during a divorce at least some of the affection for each other survives. Much depends on the reasons for the divorce ( and I guess from the way you tell it, that the divorce is on her main initiative ). I'm not sure that there's much you can do except perhaps to suggest that you sincerely regret whatever issues and problems caused her to desire a divorce, and that you would like to give the marriage a last proper chance, by asking her to join you in serious marriage counselling ( eg with FAMSA ) to see what can be remedied, and if not, at least to part with a better understanding on both your parts, of why this is happening, and how to avoid similar sadness in the future.
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