Aqx99 wrote:Well, the decision has been made for me. I am not taking my husband back. [..]
I plan on meeting him in a public place and letting him know that we are through. In a way, it feels good to have
the decision made. I can start moving on from here.
A while back I told him that at the very least it would be nice to get a hug every day while I go through this ordeal. He can't even be bothered to do that for me. He lives and breathes for his beer and his computer.
Aqx99 wrote: . . . I am friends with my neighbor, she has already volunteered to drive me to my chemo infusions. I've had coworkers offer their assistance as well.
Aqx99 wrote: . . . He makes the decision to not cover his mouth when he coughs and get phlegm on the wall. . .
As for the rides to infusions. When I left my first infusion I had a dizzy, almost vertigo-like sensation for a while. My depth perception was a bit off because of it. I would not trust myself to drive after that. I live about 20 minutes from the cancer center, but most of the drive is on a 65mph highway.
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