I'm going to sound like the biggest loser, but I literally have no idea where my husband is. I've been married for 6yrs and have young sons but my husband walks out on a weekly basis. I'm now at a point were I don't know what to think. He won't answer calls or texts and I always beg him to come home back to us. I'm beyond pathetic!
Husbands do not go AWOL, unless they're up to something. Sorry. Unless he has unlimited funds or is staying with family, he's probably with someone else. Does he cause arguments on purpose just so he can leave?
Helps with the kids, house etc. Is loving but the minute he walks out the door Im on edge. He says there's no1 else but I have no trust in him. How can someone just go out and stay gone for days. Usually on weekends. I feel alone and to blame. I've always just left the door open for him to do this.
Hi amals, my husband went through a phase of doing this. He would simply not come home from work. Usually he was just in the pub but sometimes he wasn't.I hated turning up looking for him like Flo Capp but sometimes I had to. Sometimes I couldn't find him. Often I didn't see him fir 48 hours. We had a young baby at the time. But there was a reason of sorts. His father had just died and there were 'issues'....heaps and heaps of them. He sorted it out but it left its mark. I never totally got over the resentment.
You need to tackle it.What reason does he give? It can't go on.
I don't actually think he's got another woman but I do think he's got clear problems. That doesn't help you though and - to a degree - you're enabling him by allowing him to go and yet always being there to provide 'safe haven' when he decides to return.
You can't go on like this. And the boys might ask for him at the moment but what is the situation going to be in a few years if he just leaves when he feels like it? What stability does it give them.
He's playing with you and not facing up to this relationship and his responsibilities for the DCs. I'd leave him directly and forge a new and independent life for you and the children.