I’m thankful for friends and family at times like this

My husband decided to leave me a couple of months ago.

He packed up all of his shirts, pants, socks, and underwear and left when I was at work.

I was really disappointed, annoyed, and angry, because the coward didn’t even leave a note. He didn’t have the decency or the bravery to tell me that he wanted a divorce. Instead, he left during the middle of the day and disappeared. He texted me to say he was going to the lake to have some alone time. About a week after he was gone, he called to tell me that he wanted a divorce. I didn’t know what to do at first, because I counted on my husband for everything. He was the only person working at the time and he was paying all of the bills. I was scared, but my friends and family helped me get through the initial shock. I found a job a couple of weeks after my husband left the house. It doesn’t pay much money, but it covers my expenses. I don’t have a lot of money saved up, so I was very upset when the furnace in the basement stopped working. I called a repair company that offered a free estimate and I found out that the furnace needed $350 worth of work. I didn’t have the money to pay the expensive furnace repairs, but my mom and dad offered to pay for the bill. I’m so thankful not to be alone during this awful time of my life. I know things will eventually get better, but this sorrow and hurt in my heart feels terrible.


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