Wife moved out after losing pregnancy
My wife and I have been together for 4 years. Two years ago,we became pregnant, but lost the pregnancy due to ectopic. It was a very traumatic event in many ways, but over the last two years, she became more and more distant from me. She was not able to experience any happiness, never laughed or even smiled really. I continued to ask her what's wrong?, if she still loves me, etc, with very little response from her. Eventually, I lost my patience in frustration and yelled at her and acted out.
She told me she was leaving, in my extreme frustration, I told her good, go now. 2 weeks later, she told me that she rented a place and moved out.
She claims that she is living away from me temporarily to heal emotionally, but she took most of her possessions, changed her address officially, has not told me where she lives, and has not spoken to me directly since.
It's very difficult for me to remain positive and expect her to someday come back.
How should a guy like me try to remain positive, yet live some type of life for myself while she is unsure if and when she will ever come back?
I need to take care of myself, yet, I also want to be sensitive to her extreme pain and emotional distress.Noel's response>
I suggest you move on with your life. If she has moved away and not given you her address, or communicated with you in any way, it does not suggest she is coming back. If she does some day, you would then have to decide whether you want her back.