He's a fool for leaving you. Be happy he could be doing you a favor giving you a chance to meet a better man. Be glad that he is gone!!
I have read some of the other replies and I will say that most of them are right but considering yourself lucky and blessed usually comes later once you have went through the grievance process. With that being said I also understand what you are going through. I am sure that there is not much time in a day that you do not ask yourself a dozen questions. I know I asked myself why, what did I do wrong, could I have changed anything...and so on. The truth is you will continue to ask yourself why and it doesnt matter how many people you ask the only person that can answer your question is your husband. Chances are no matter what answer he gives you, you will not be satified. So that just leaves you with more questions and some difficult choices. Which everyone will have opinions about but ultimately you have to look deep and figure out what is best for you. So my advice would be to find a good support group, maybe a counselor to help you deal with things emotionally, and possibly an attorney if you decide to go that route. Good Luck and God bless.
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