Be patient — it's likely to take some time for your son to adjust.
Many kids hope their parents will get back together, but, ultimately, most want their parents to be happy.
Some days you may feel hopeful and maybe even relieved if your marriage had been difficult for a long time. Unfortunately, all this kind of questioning does is lock you into the blame game which creates more bitterness and heartache.
On other days you may feel sad, angry, confused and anxious. Many people get locked into questioning: Whose fault it is? It can sometimes be more helpful to focus on what the relationship was lacking and how the relationship failed to meet your or your partner's needs, rather than blaming yourselves as individuals.
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As frustrating as this can be, your son's behavior is quite natural. If he's just gotten used to you and his father not being married, he might now fear that a stepparent will further complicate things and take up your time.