Husband Left Three Weeks Ago
10 to 1 there's another woman.
---jerry6593 on 5/5/09|
Was he scamming you?
My husband knew this guy who's wife left for five days, claiming she wanted "space," but during that time she was filing for abandonment so she could divorce him.
You need to talk to someone. Don't put up with this. Get a lawyer.
---amand6348 on 5/4/09|
Have you had to same financial problems in the past? Are you overspending? It could be he has to the "end of his rope" and the only solution left is to leave. Maybe he has tried to talk to you about this before, and you didn't listen and so he is using this to get your attention. You (collective), might try financial counseling. (There are groups who do this.)
---wivv on 2/11/09|
I an sorry to say this but it sounds like another women.I will pray for you and him. Keep praying.
---Anthony_Campbell on 2/9/09|
I have to agree with most other posters here. If you don't know what's wrong yourself, people here won't be able to tell you!
Have you any knowledge of any of his actions since he left? If you have a joint bank account, get a recent statement and see where he's been spending money. Call his family and mutual friends. Oh yes - and if you have been having problems with money, do try to rein in any excesses you've been indulging in!
---Graham on 2/8/09|
Susie ... why do yuo assume that she was the cause of the money worries?
Perhaps it is because he does not bother to work, or spends the family budget on drink & cigarettes, or cars, or gambling.
---alan8566_of_UK on 2/8/09|
How do we know what's wrong? We can only assume that he is trying to get out of his obligations.
---catherine on 2/8/09|
I agree with Craig. All we can do is pray for you. There are so many things that could have caused this. Sure, he could be involved in an adulterous relationship, he could just be feed up with the financial struggles, or he could just be totally backslidden in all kinds of things. We should never jump to conclusions about any of the reasons why. If you love your husband, then pray and fast for him. Ask Jesus what He desires for you to learn from this situation. Everyone is starting to struggle in these last days, and we're going to see who's really standing on the Rock! Stand on Him, woman. Remember that God is in control regardless of the outcome! It will work in your favor if you love Jesus and remain in Him! God bless!
---BryanG on 2/8/09|
My husband left me at Chrismas time as well, so I know the pain and rejection you are feeling right now. It does get easier. Although it may not feel like it right now..it does get easier. Pray alot, have faith that the Lord will do what is best for you. Focus on Him and follow His word, and things will fall into place. Trust me, I am going thru the same thing. Have faith.
---Tracy on 2/8/09|
I am amazed by the lack of mercy written into some of these blogs. The poor woman is probably in a lot of pain. The best we can do is pray over the situation and ask for the Lord to bring the help of His Holy Spirit and those He can minister through to her. I have had people walk out on me and I know it's not fun.
---Craig on 2/8/09|
dear,your post is so fague,today there are lots of people ,and marriages with money issues.and dear things dont usually blowup out the blue.we need alot more info before anyone here can give advice.and I might suggest to poster to be kind until you state more facts.jumping to conclusions and finger pointing aint gonna help this woman.
---tom2 on 2/6/09|
Christie....What is wrong? It appears as if you didn't heed his warnings when he asked you to stop spending money. And, you certainly know what the problem is. why ask us?
---SusieB on 2/6/09|
If this is the first time this has happened then it certainly is strange that he wouldn't have cooled off by now. If it has happened several times before then maybe he's just taking longer to cool off. Very often when it takes this long there is another affair taking place. You should check it out.
---john on 2/5/09|
Your marriage is falling apart, your husband will not communicate with you, and you ask us "What's wrong?" I don't have a crystal ball, or the ability to read his mind, so I can't tell you what is wrong.
I suggest you pray and ask the Lord to examine your heart, and see what you may or may not have done to precipitate your husband's departure. I also suggest you seek Godly mentoring from an older, mature Christian woman who can help you learn scripture and how to deepen your relationship with the Lord.
---Trish9863 on 2/5/09|