My husband and I separated about two years ago.
I was upset about a lot of things and many of those issues were not entirely my husband’s fault.
I was a new mom and I was having trouble adjusting to a different lifestyle. I thought I wanted out of my marriage, so I asked my husband if the two of us could separate. I filed for divorce about six months later. A few weeks before the court hearing for our divorce, the kids and I experienced a fire in the house. I had a space heater in the bedroom with the girls and it was close to their bed. The space heater caught the comforter on fire and the girls woke up in the middle of the night to a room filled with smoke. The bed was on fire, but due to the materials in the blanket, thus fire did not spread quickly. I had time to grab a fire extinguisher and put out the flames before anyone could be injured. As soon as the space heater accident occurred, the first thing I thought about was my husband. After the space heater almost burned the house down, I realized that I didn’t want to be divorced. After the fire, I honestly realized how much I still wanted him to be in my life. I called my husband and told him about the incident. He left his apartment and drove to the house in the middle of the night. I didn’t want him to leave after he arrived, so we sat down at the table and figured out a way to move forward together.
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