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That only women with poor self-esteem allow themselves to become the other woman. It will start with not understanding your own inner workings, making it easier for the inevitable to happen.

Your affair with a married man will not first be an affair, but a kinship. A friendship. You just enjoy his company.

Only fools fall in love with married men. Only homewrecking harlots fall in love with married men. Only sad, pathetic girls fall in love with married men.

And he has picked up on it. Maybe this was his plan from the start. Maybe he fell into it as much as you did. Maybe he means it.

That will forever be the tough part: is he a conniving womanizer or is he a tortured heart? Your affair with a married man will include you asserting that this not like every other affair.

Because what do they know? You two are in love. You two are meant to be together. You ignore the part where men who leave their wives for their mistresses usually end up cheating on their paramours, too.

You ignore the part that people who stray in their relationships are usually refusing to confront something. Something about themselves, something about their marriage, something.

Your affair will force you to either combat with your demons or become smothered in their darkness. You point to the rare occasions when it does happen: when the man leaves his wife and marries his mistress.

For your sake, I hope you are the one who ends it. I hope you are the one who looks in the mirror and realizes that this entanglement has wrapped precariously around your neck.

What happens after that, I do not know. This is where the path truly splinters. Lessons we sometimes have to get burned in order to learn: that you are worthy of real love, by an honest, faithful person.

The same way your actions are your responsibility. I hope that serves both as solace and as a call to arms to truly find and better yourself.

To strengthen what you know needs strengthening. For years you are always looking for the code to unlock the door of his love again.

But you are just on a loop. Even now, when I am so determined to push him out of my life there are flickers of hope.

Or regret. Or something. Just so many games I played, so many tricks to find a solution. Yet I was the one being played all the time.

The little trail of crumbs. So many last chance saloons, I could go on a bloody pub crawl of last chance saloons. I know I have to let go.

I am determined to let go. I want, with all my heart, to let go. Maybe the slow release that Nomad describes is the way to handle it.

Or maybe I just block his ass! Maybe that is what I will do. Buy a balloon with 66 on it and let it go, watch it float away across a winter sky.

Big hugs, ladies and sisters. Include in that balloon 66 reasons as to what kept you strong through out and all the negatives of the relationship.

Hope you all doing ok x. My job is demanding, and bad days are when work is hard and there is no one to offload to about it.

I hope I can have that again, properly, and honestly — with someone else. Ah, the illness would do it, you feel vulnerable and back they come, trip trap trot.

Like me falling off wagon at the start of lockdown. I really do recommend a closure conversation when and if the time comes.

Make peace, not love! I hope we all find that soulmate person who can give us an honest relationship. The slow detachment does relieve the sharp, excruciating, lingering pains that they tend to incite.

Hang in there. I can completely relate to that! I just end up hoping, waiting for something to happen whilst picking up the crumbs. It angers and upsets me.

Maybe I need to forgive myself first for this before I can let go? Feeling frustrated. Tess — you sounds like me. One day we will wake up and it will stop hurting if we just stay strong enough.

Yes we could contact them today and yes they will likely reply but what will have changed?? Slowly slowly catchy monkey. One day at a time and no going back.

Loving the balloon idea. Thank you for the encouraging words, Hayley. It makes a huge difference to have found others all in the same boat, such a relief.

And not just telling our stories but supporting each other through. I think you are quite right, one day at a time and that last heartstring will eventually wither away.

Life already feels better, healthier, and I know I can do this. I hope we all can. Hi Ann. So I guess to me it much easier when they just stop calling us that way you can slowly let go.

Is it normal to feel so hesitant to stop contacting? I was that wife 2 times!!! And I remember how devastated I felt …..

And here I am nearly 50 when I know damn well that what I have myself involved with is wrong. BUT fighting this Fear and overcoming this Fear is what actually makes you move on and is the Best Best thing you can do for yourself.

I even took a different route to the dentist today to avoid driving near his street a few months back I would have made any excuse to go that way.

You can do this, just change your mindset about it all. Yeah I agree with everything you said. I remember this MM would make very excuse just to be around me and constantly found a reason to talk to me at work.

I think it was good that I had a large amount of time of NC before I saw him again. Two people find a special connection in on another and curiosity takes over.

I found slowly detaching to be the most painless way to remove the addiction. Tricia this is what happened to me. I just finally got to that point.

The more it happens the less attractive he is anyway. Good riddens! You show great strength and determination in your fight to move forward with your life and I think you have been a great support system for the ladies here.

Stay positive! Angelica, Tess and Nomad — Ladies, thank you so much. You all gave me another insight on this and you are truly helpfull to me.

After reading your messages I instantly felt a little better. OH she answered my mum with this text: Your daughter is lying to my wife about me having sex with her.

She is crazy. Hahahaahaha really????? She is the one who wrote that. Yeah duh I knew what she meant so I told her. Who is she trying to fool? Kinda sad if you think about it.

And I think himself answered my bestfriend, he got this text: Can we meet up tomorrow and talk about this?

My friend told him We have nothing to tell eachother. Leave her alone, stop hurting her. Stop spreading lies, even to her mom!

And tell your girl to stop. Hopefully we are clear. Tess, great advice. I will keep a record of what happened already and if they reach out again I will use it as proof.

Nomad, amen to that. I need to move on, need to cut him off. Angelica, woooow what a story! Thanks again girls, for making me feel better.

So happy you are all here. Day 24 no contact. Feeling down but that is partly the weather, I do feel better with some fresh air and things to do outside to lighten my mood.

As regards MM ex, I just feel overwhelmingly sad that I wasted so many years being emotionally put through the wringer. Time to turn on the TV and zone out, I think!

It came to a point that I feel resigned. I am mostly sad. I then read here abt slowing fading and exiting. I think it somehow worked. I just stop resisting, stop stressing my heart, my mind and my body, just be.

Stop No-Response treatment unblocked him as it hurts me more, dragging the hoping and waiting cycle. No more wasting life by ruminating.

No more stunts to catch his attention or spike him for his knee jerk reaction. I felt more peaceful and being present else where, not expecting anything from him, just live, just be.

I reckoned this is a wiser deal than waiting and hoping for mm in futility. He and his W are made for each other in the deceit department.

Mm or the W? Ignored him? Family love, cohabitating and playing role of parents to their kids, no intimacy? Pushes him away? What logic is this.

I have since stopped stalking her fb. We had one good year and then 3. It takes time to accept the reality and practise leaving.

We just have to live through it, learn and relearn, process and stick to our decision, take our time…. Interesting what you said about one good year, I read that a lot on here.

It seems to be the average. I had one good year followed by hell for years afterwards. You have your big house. You have your professional standing.

You have a woman who loves with all her heart. And you have a wife. He never did get it. Utterly self-absorbed.

Two totally different experiences of the same relationship. As for the lying with your mm and the missus, they are both lying and both telling the truth.

The marriage is likely to be boring, many marriages are. The marriage is likely to be running out of steam sexually, many marriages do.

And the chance to play the wonderful father…blah blah. I never trust profile pics or those happy Christmas shots that some people send on cards.

Prince Charles and Lady Di used to send those, look what happened there…. Nomad, do you think your marriage is worth saving?

What can you do to get him off that phone? My marriage was over before Mm came on the scene. The affair just confirmed it. As is the follow up relationship.

Why do I seem to specialise in those? I know the answer, and I am not letting it happen again. If there is a next time, I will have much higher standards!!

No longer little miss self-sacrifice,. Leave his Ass alone! What you had with him meant nothing to him and he really have no respect for his GF either but all of this is to feed his low esteem and boost his lost little boy Ego.

File a police report of Harassment for both of them. You are too kind something tells me? And they are playing off that. Block them on all your contacts.

Be careful and be smart! You are right Tricia. Well done on that. My longest NC was 6 weeks. But each day I thought about him.

What are your thoughts about Christmas and holidays? Knowing and seeing them celebrating Christmas with their kid. Enjoy your day Tricia, let that number of NC days grow and grow.

You are strong!!! Big hugs. Oops, sorry. I meant Tess instead of Tricia about the 24 days NC. Big hugs to the both of you.

Thanks for the cheerleading, I need it right now! I hate thinking about him at Christmas. And it is his birthday at New Year. We never, ever, got to spend it together.

Once I bought him a sand timer as a gift. My thoughts are this — as far as I am concerned now, Christmas is a day that I will focus on the people who really love me and are there for me.

Not interested in sad little men and their sad little double lives. I seem to remember last year we were no contact and he sent a merry Christmas text, and I replied with a Santa emoji.

Then Covid struck and I reached out. This year, even if he texts, I will ignore it. Celebrate with your wife, mate! And much joy may it bring them both, miserable pair that they are.

But by then I am likely to have blocked him anyway. Hi ladies, I am really really really heartbroken at the moment. All I can is CRY. Below you can find my story.

He never loved me. It was just an infatuation, nothing me. Sorry, just being honest. Why do you want to hurt me again?

Then he told me My wife knows about our contact, she knows everything of last week. She knows you broke your promises whatttt? Than she sent me a message that she knows everything.

But he never gave me answers and because of me asking to much questions I had to F off again. I told her to keep her man away from me.

Ok so she sent me the most dumb message ever. She still pretends if they are super happy, she has read every single message of me, she was on the phone all the time when he visited me at my work.

She heard how I fell for him again. She heard I lied about everything. How I want him for myself and still not respecting their relationship.

That their relationship is super strong and nobody will come between them. And sooooo much more. I was stunned, really.

Do you think she really was on the phone all this time? That would be the most sick thing someone has ever done to me. Abusing my feelings and love this way.

I hate myself for giving him a chance again to talk to me. He ruins everything for me and I have never felt so bad.

I truly hate him. And her. I hope I can get the love for him out of me. How are you so convinced that it was actually him that text you that?? It sounds more like a text that she has put together and made him send or just text it from his phone?

A similar thing happened to me a number of years back only thing was I was made go on a blind date.

Guy obviously had only broke up with GF turns out she was completely psycho. Ok so a few months later I received a call from a girl saying that she met me out one night and I was telling her about my great BF?

In the end she then started to insult me about that blind date Asshole that I was in date with…. Anyhow it shows that some girls can do some crazy things when they find partners phone unlocked etc.

LC, Leverage on this hatred to let go and move on. Accept that it is hopeless now that he has made his choice and he has no where or way to hide about you.

Thank him for making it so crystal clear. No more what ifs. No more reasons and room to continue sneaking. Cut the loss ASAP.

Cut him off after you are done crying. You must know to love and protect yourself! Block him without looking back.

Hi LC. These people are kooks of the highest order! I have to say I agree with Angelica, sounds to me like the girlfriend smelt a rat last week.

Then he was forced to tell his side of the story — aka complete fabrication — and either she got hold of his phone or stood over him while or he communicated this work of fantasy fiction.

So you are studying law, right? Think like a lawyer. Write down everything that happened between you and him at that meeting, not In a text like you sent her, but as a formal document.

Keep records in detail, and keep them safe. Note down the times they call you and how it makes you feel. You know she is going completely nuts right now, and he is just trying to shift the blame as these men so often do.

Do not, under any circumstances, let him approach you again. If he has something to say, tell him him to write you a letter or email.

Screen shot any messages that give the lie to what he said to her. Keep the whole thing in a file and use it if they harass you any more.

This guy treats you like a yo-yo, reeling in and letting go, over and over. None of what the girlfriend is saying about her relationship is true and she knows it.

If she is foolish enough to stay with this guy, just thank your lucky stars he is her burden and not yours. Good on your mum and your friend for caring enough to warn them off.

But in the long term, let the law take care of this gruesome twosome if necessary. I was in a similar situation with a guy i was in a relationship with and he started screwing a co worker and I wrote out this whole script and made him call her in front of me and read it to her.

Guys are fat ass babies when they get caught!!!! Hi Ann, I believe you and thinking about it made me realize that he used words he normally never uses.

He just messaged differently than he would normally do. So I think you are right and that she pushed him to say these things. You are proof that it is a posibillity.

Thanks for your reply, have a lovely day! Hi ladies. I looked at both and thought it was very Interesting and wanted to share.

Hi Angelica. On my weekends I totally binge watch Netflix and Hulu. Take my mind off things. Hi Tess. When I saw that film in the wife words and saw her.

It made me realize how wrong I was for having a affair with a married man and for the first time I truly felt guilty and shamed. I felt like this woman loved this man and all she wanted was to feel loved again by her husband and was disgusted to see his mistress sort of looked like his wife!

Or does it fall all on husband? Because regardless of what they say or do or how unhappy they claim to be and sexless?

We should leave them alone until he divorced. She have hope and dreams like us and regardless of what the man said and do.

And even if he did bring you around his friends they probably not his true good friends? Or he take you home you still going be the other woman who broke up a marriage and no one will accept you and always give dirty looks too.

If he really cared about you and was serious ladies he would take u home months later after his divorce was settled and then bring you around friends and family just saying.

But that movie to me was an eye opener. Day 26 NC not heard a peep but then he is blocked. I think I may be healing.. He seeked me out again, he came to me yet I end up being the enemy!!

How the hell does that work? Never ever again. He was persistent to get my number and it went from there. Yep I sat by my phone and when his name came up , I would smile like you could not beleive.

Yes I will wait for you …… stupid me Txting , calling , video calls , done everything you can by video , this was next best thing to being with him Met some of his friends..

Even just for one night! I travel back home end of week , and he is feeling much better Ok , ok ….

I replied …. Yes , I had his address , he just moved and showed me on the internet his new house , I knew the plot number , so I did I got a taxi , took the paperwork and posted it through the letter box My heart was racing , had I done the right thing?

It hurt like mad, I was never going to hear from him again I got back in the taxi still crying , I would never speak to him again , I still wondered if I did the right thing?

Of course I did , , I could of wasted Another year and another!! No more hoovering! I did tell him I was doing so for 66 days although I doubt I will ever unblock him now cause I already feel so much more at peace.

Do it girl. Hi ladies, advice please. To block, or not to block? That is the question. If you know my ongoing saga! I am at peace with my decision.

Recently MM has started with the tentative texts again. This is tricky. My instinct is that his attempts to text would fade over time anyway, but I would rather not have the temptation.

I remain strong and determined at the moment, but in the past, I have gone back to him when I felt low and as winter approaches and the virus is still around, I could become vulnerable.

I am so tired of playing games. So my feeling is that I will politely but firmly send a one line message to say, no more texts.

And if he ignores that, block him. Or, should I just think, what the hell, and block him anyway? Or do I tell him I am blocking him and block him?

What do you think? Tess, I totally had the same debate in my head. What are the pros and cons of each side? What would hold you back from blocking?

Still, if the net outcome is no contact ever again the block seems apropos. If you do I can understand why you might not want to come across as playing games.

If he continues to text where you get annoyed, then invoke the full monty. I gave up smoking five years ago and drinking three years ago and have only reaped rewards.

You miss the security blanket but also gain a sense of freedom. The affair is eerily close to what I went through with the other substances especially nicotine.

Thanks for your thoughts. I fully admit it! But in the long term, you are quite right, the aim is to have a life without him pulling me back into an impossible situation.

But I would block if I had to. He occasionally visits my workplace but has done his best to avoid me at work, to be fair.

There is an additional complication, which is his mental health. I once blocked him after a row and he did something extremely self- destructive, not a suicide attempt, thank goodness, but something very stupid, nevertheless.

I became hugely resentful of being a wife in all but name. So perhaps this is the final way to break that pattern.

He needs to reach out to her, his friends or his grown children, but not me. So I think you are right, I will sit back and see what happens.

Thanks again xx. No more. F that noise! No surprise they pull out the victim card. Yes, they do, they do.

A brief email, kind, but factual, firm but not brutal, reminding him of what we agreed and why we agreed it.

I said I would rather he stopped the messages himself rather than I blocked him, but if it continued I would have to. I cannot afford to be too heartless — he has never harmed me apart from breaking my heart as I know his mental health is not great and I worry in case he harms himself.

In sickness and in health is in the vows! Thanks again x. And yes he did, knows I received the text, but yes I was strong enough not to reply.

UNTIL yesterday. NO WAY, would never do that to myself. I simply said I would have gone but I already had plans. Did you purposely not take your wife?

I wonder if she was there. IF she was like why would you seriously ask me that! What I do? Currently actively looking for another job out of this city and state.

I know its the only real way. Eliza, Blimey, as we say in England…what a card, eh, sending you a joke hahahaha. Question: If you admit you are still hurt does that give him power over you?

Is it good that we pretend not to care or does that just make them more determined to break down the defences? I actually find that more empowering.

Sure, I can paint on a happy face for colleagues, but with him, I am not playing the strong girl. He needs to understand what he has done, and crawl back under his stone of shame!

Eliza, Do what gives you the peace of mind, reduces negativity and rumination, and gets you back to reality. I guarantee u inner peace if you cut him off and block him again.

He has nothing new to say to you. Reason why we unblocked, other than to prove that we are ready for the litmus test, is that we are still hoping and waiting.

I concluded that this is the real reason why we kept toggling. Why so? They hate to deal with our issues of jealousy, insecurity, low esteem and fear of abandonment.

The value they derived is lesser over time so no longer worse the risk of sneaking around. These are the reality. They are only back to drain us more, emotionally, mentally and physically.

Our mind and boat are intoxicated with negativity of the affair, but when is the rock bottom? When can I be very sure that enough is enough? We cannot blame them for returning, can we?

One thing for sure, do not be happy if they reach out. My strongest motivation is to stop harming myself, stressing myself emotionally and draining myself mentally.

Please make that decision to quit him and block him everywhere, and take baby steps to live the rest of your life in reality, with dignity and self respect.

Take back that control, try! Eliza — Argh. I know exactly what you are going through as I did that so many times w my ex MM. I recall several times that I would pull away and he would txt me and then I was sucked in again, even if I tried to make my responses delayed or was trying to act short around him.

The gates were open and then I was sucked in again. This was me for so long. He even told me he loved and cared deeply for me over the summer.

I never said anything back. I wish I cut him off a long time ago. But I was too scared to let go. Part of me wishes I knew but the other part is relieved.

After he told me his wife might reach out on his phone, I blocked him right away and plan to keep him blocked for good.

Stay strong!!!!! Moving on 8 weeks is remarkable!!! You are doing the right thing and making great progress, please please please try to stay on the right track!

You can do it! Thanks, Nomad! I truly think this forum has helped me heal and all of the women here have really helped.

I definitely still have my moments of weakness especially because he was in my life for over 5 years. The rest was an emotional roller coaster.

I realize he was manipulating and I felt myself apologizing to him for everything even when I did nothing wrong. Who wants that?

So trying to focus on that as much as possible. But it still is hard when you had someone else you were unfortunately so connected to for so long.

I hate to even say this….. I know I am fully guilty of having an affair while married. One thing he told me over txt, during a not so great text exchange, when I told him I had cried was that he wished I could cry on his shoulder.

Anyway — sorry I am rambling. I just hope my stories, like many of yours, help all of you. If only these guys all knew so many women across the world are connecting about them!

I know you all are right! I want to just have it out with him once and for all and say why the F did you do that to me? Tell me you love me one minute then ghost me the next!

I have been strong and not opened or commented on the messages but I get the notifications so I know the gist of them. Good luck to you and take care.

Thank you. He has expressed suicidal thoughts in the past, which is why I would inform him I was blocking him.

I am determined to get him out of my life and like Hayley, this time feels very different for me. Just block him!

You do not have to tell him first. Just block him!! Seems we all had different experiences with these men. In our 3 and a half years i honestly cannot thing of a single caring thing he did for me or a single time when he showed me that it actually was love.

So why am I still missing him like crazy? Hi Sara Good to have some fellow Brits on here! I think my ex truly loved me, I made him laugh and we could talk about anything, but it was the sex that kept him coming back.

I can live without the sex, if the price I have to pay is heartache and repeated rejection. You are missing the MM because he brought something to your life that is still missing.

If you can pinpoint what that is, maybe you can find another source of it and finally let him go. He pulls me with one hand and pushes me with the other.

I just feel so used and hurt now. A quick session in a hotel room and then he suddenly has to leave. Once he got his fix.

No dinner, no affection, nothing. I have always gone out of my way to support him but it was never reciprocated. Irrespective of all this, I still respected him and in return I got abuse.

Just hurts everytime I think about how I lost myself in this. How do I break free? Helen, time to crawl back your self respect and love yourself.

All addictions are bad for your psyche and body. Just not worth the effort and risk. We need to accept our place in their life.

The 4 time he ghosted me was really the End of my affair! I was soooooooooo tired by then! He came back but I think it was because he felt bad about ghost me because I told him how hurt I was and he was giving me my closure not to continue the relationship.

Tricia, that is exactly it. This time I feel it in my gut. I did some work on myself and realised I was a codependent and a carer, he could treat me so badly and I would always forgive as Inthought that was my role.

So it is hardly surprising that he is still reaching out with little texts because he thinks, on previous experience, that I will have some calm down time and go back to him.

But my gut says, NO! Even though My heart is a little sad right now it is still better than anguish. I thought I offended you and send you that text omg I do need to get sleep really bad!

But until then get into a good book or Netflix my thing! Or take long walks breath in some fresh air! No worries, at all, my fault for posting in the wrong bit, albeit by accident, these threads can get tangled up.

I definitely exceeded 7 times but each time inching towards natural death and indifference…. Maybe some of youhave read my story. Last saturday He came to my work!!!!!

I was mad ofcourse, went outside to tell him he needed to leave. But ofcourse, this was the start of a convo. He just wanted to forget en forgive and wanted to know where We stand now.

I was stunned. Today he told me he want to cut off contact again. Sorry for reaching out but you really should work on yourself and your behaviour.

Ok so that was it. I told him he is a monster, a truly heartless, emotionless, mean man. I told him I hated him. Ladies, why the hell did I allow him to talk to me again?

Maybe this was his revenge for telling his girl the truth? Did he really wanted me to be his sidepiece again? How low can these men go?

I wanted to share this with you all, this is proof they will keeeep hurting us no matter what happens. They will never stop.

LC, you have been through so much. You have had to face down the gf and her sister. This man is all over the place and it seems he has tried to drag you back into it again.

I suspect she is giving him hell and he is just seeing if you might be the soft landing he would prefer. But where there is a child involved he will never be free.

And to be completely honest, he sounds like a rather large child himself, given the degree of narcissism his behaviour seems to involve.

Would you trust him to be a faithful partner to you? So many of them do this. I think he wanted to be back in control, you took it away from him, he tried to grab it back.

I am glad the pain was less this time. You are developing resilience. If he shows up at work again, get someone else to deal with him, or at least just go through the motions of professionalism.

It is amazing what you can express with just you eyes when there is an ice chip in your heart. Well done on staying strong. Tess — Thanks for your reply.

About that narcissism behaviour, I was thinking exactly the same. But is he really a narcissist or is he just showing some aspects of narcissism?

And to answer your question. He has no respect for his girl at all, why would he have some for me? I hope he stays away this time.

But these men seem to keep trying. Hi Sara. Be he pursued me hard and I tried to but I was so flattered because I thought the world of him I allowed myself to get caught up.

I feel like he brought his wife a good meal and give me her doggie bag! Ladies run now! Hi Almost at 21 days no contact, and just like this time last week, when married ex forwarded me a link to a petition, today I get a message from him about something inconsequential.

This is what he does. I am ignoring it. Not sure what part of No Contact he is not getting. Good job you!! Stay strong. I am right there with trying to stay strong as well!

I so wish we could support one another more! I have been rewarding myself for every week of No Contact. Choose me! So week one was a trip to the movies… escapism.

Week two was a bottle of Prosecco… celebration. This week? A composting bin for my garden… renewal! Civil will only lead to friendly and friendly will lead to being back in his bed.

Sara, Fear not, I have learned my lesson and I know all his ways, tricks, habits. I am not falling for any of them. I know it is the road to nowhere.

In fact I think now, he is the one with the addiction now, not me. I think he will accept it eventually…it is, after all, the consequence of his decision to stay in his marriage.

I respect the decision, but it does mean that I am off the menu. His brain will catch up with his libido, eventually.

Hi Tess, 21 days of no contact is so remarkable. You are determined, resolute and will succeed. I too wished him and his family all the best.

We ended up talking on Skype but I made it firmly clear that we would never have anything romantic, intimate or other again. Happy Friday! Yes, it does seem to be a problem when they reach out.

I think my ex is having some problems getting to grips with what me might call a Tess-less life. I am both glad he misses me and irritated by the contact.

Er, no contact means no contact. But on the whole, maybe some mm need to let go gradually.

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But then I got so confused as to what I was supposed to do. I've been married for 15 years. Yes I am unhappy and of course he knew that.

But for his part and all intents and purposes he is very happy?? As of right now he words somewhere else.

We've been seeing each other for almost two years. I've broke it off many times. I do love him. I feel the guilt he doesn't. We have spent a week in Hawaii.

And I feel stuck. Because I would like to leave him alone. He doesn't want to but I think he would if in fact we chose to really call it quits and cut all communication.

FYI, it's easier said than done. Johnny Nicks's recent blog post: You have permission.. Hi Johnny, thanks for responding. It could be that he is like that.

The only one that is wrong is the 3rd. I think it said something about being self proclaimed something. Sorry, I can't remember.

The problem that is most difficult for me is he does everything he can to spend time with me. He is very sensual with his touch. He looks at me like I want to be looked at.

Like there is no one else in the world at those moments. Sexually, of course this is a non-issue because we don't have any distractions that would interfere with having nothing but phenomenal sex.

My husband is sexually abusive. Although he would say he isn't. Over the years this has affected me. And I fell out of love with him.

I want to leave him. But I have my own issues regarding this. And would you believe is religious issues. I am not crazy. I know that what I am doing is wrong and I know in God's eyes, I am the worse sinner.

And it's taken it's toll on me in every way. Emotionally, physically and spiritually. I have been strong before for about 2 weeks. Then, I needed to talk to him.

I needed his arms around me. And when I see him finally, he looks terrible. Bags under his eyes, hair not cut. He is able to fake it around his family and I am happy when that he can.

But I won't him to get to a place that he can just go on. I am maternal. Always has been with him and even more so since we've been seeing each other.

I feel awful for his family. And just to be clear. I would never want him to leave them. I would hate it. So I am just trying to get to a point where I don't need this to make myself feel better.

And I don't consider myself extremely unattractive. But every girl dreams of the fairy tale romance. I feel as though we have it.

And I am smart enough to realize it's a lie. But the fantasy is hard to let go of. The attentiveness. I'm just being honest here. And yes, we've discussed us in detail.

And I am always the realist. He is always the dreamer. Well it sounds to me as if you are putting yourself under great pressure.

Do you have someone you can talk to about all this who is not judgemental. Stress and anxiety can bring about all kinds of physical and emotional problems that you could do without..

I would like to talk to a counselor. My pastor has asked to talk to me because he thinks I just look far away. I don't go to church often but when I do go I am a basket case.

The bottom line is that although it's worse since the affair, I have had many physical problems for years. My husband has been a very forceful person in my sexual life and uses the bible as a stone to throw at me.

It doesn't turn me off about God but the particular scripture he uses "wives, submit to your husbands" has been an screw in my back that he turns over and over and over again.

And when I finally got to the point where I couldn't take it, I became non-responsive to anything he does now. And of course now, I have this guy who I've known for 10 years.

Who is attentive in every way. Who is thoughtful. Who adores me but then we have this secret. I hate that he grabbed my hand that day.

I was happy being unhappy until that day. Trust me here -- you and I could leave parallel lives. Same situation as you.

Knew co-worker for a while. Started innocently enough, but in retrospect he probably knew what he was doing all along.

He said he didn't have anyone to eat lunch with and would be nice to have some company. Well it just snowballed from there.

Intense looks, noticing every detail of hair, face, body, clothes Then he started talking about how I smell. I got the "grab the hand" thing too, except he kissed my hand.

He was very careful to take it slow the entire time, saying he respected me and my struggle with this relationship, but at the same time would just stare at my lips saying he wanted to kiss me so badly.

On and on and on with all sorts of lines that probably match the ones you heard. At the time they didn't sound like lines though, they sounded like declarations of true love.

It was not true love. My AP would also look teary eyed and down-trodden if he had a rough week and didn't benefit from the "warmth of my touch" and our "connection".

We went on about this for 2 years as well. He promised to always love me and be in touch every day. Whether it is because of all the legal and financial problems attached to divorce, religious beliefs or the fact that they have become comfortable with their marriage the way it is -- or even because they still have a certain affection for their wives, men rarely end up with the other woman.

Even Katharine Hepburn knew, and accepted, this fact during her long affair with Spencer Tracy. And don't ever kid yourself on this important point: He is still having sex with his wife, no matter what you may want to believe.

Legally, financially and emotionally, you have no claim. You may realize that you have no claim legally or financially, but you would think there'd be an emotional attachment or bond between you and your lover.

In fact there usually isn't after the affair is over. Here's why. Even though he has a deep feeling of love for you, he is able to process it in an unemotional way.

He's not a bad guy, he may be a wonderfully kind person, but he is also a practical one. He knows that holding on to emotions that can only cause problems for his family is something he cannot and will not do.

When it's over, he will move on. To safeguard yourself from too much emotional pain, you need to understand that he can only be a small part of your life and will never be more than that no matter how many promises are made.

You need to have a life that works and that is full enough to withstand the pain of the eventual breakup. He has one and you need one, too.

A solid circle of friends and a social life separate from your hidden life with him is a necessity. Let your friends know that you still want to go out with them regularly.

Don't always be so ready to cancel plans you have made with others to accommodate him. Casual dating with male friends helps, too.

It allows you to see yourself through the eyes of another man who finds you interesting and attractive. It is up to you where it might lead.

It helps to remember that the man with whom you are intimately involved in "your other life" is not living as a monk with his wife. Being involved in an affair with someone else's husband is an almost surefire trip from ecstatic highs at the beginning to a depressing abyss at the end.

Understand the basics of exactly what you are getting into, and what your status is. You need to step back and identify the priorities -- your priorities -- in a relationship with a married man.

Think with your head and not with your heart. Ensuring you have a life distinct from his that is your safe haven can make being the other woman, if not a secure, permanent position, at least one that is a bit more tolerable.

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