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Author: Chris_23 Subject: 3 D's-Divorce, Dating, and Da-Mistress
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posted on 04-02-2013 at 07:15 Reply With Quote Report Post to Moderator
3 D's-Divorce, Dating, and Da-Mistress

Ok... long and the short of it... I met someone while still married, which made me realize I shouldn't have to deal with the crap I was dealing with in my marriage... so I initiate the divorce. The other woman, whom I care for deeply... seems to be scared, nervouse, unsure, and confused if she wants to continue with me... and in actuality, I feel as though perhaps she found someone else to have an affair with- she's still married. I have started dating around with a decent amount of success but still have very strong feelings for her. She has pulled away so much it sometimes is unbearable to even talk with her as it leaves me an emotional wreck. I know that I left for my own happiness, though I did hope to find some happiness with her. She says for the time being, let things be, see if we can rebuild... but I'm not sure if that 's to keep me in check so I don't go off and tell her husband.. I am often left an emotional wreck being around her and a tiny part of me gets feelings of anger for how I'm treated. So much so that I'd like to tell her husband about our dealings, as well as the guy I suspect she is fooling around with tell his wife. I'm more upset with the thought I've been replaced, then the thought she'd stay married. I know the easy answer to this... leave and don't be around her, but it's easier said than done.
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posted on 04-22-2013 at 08:24 Reply With Quote Report Post to Moderator
Tough Situation

Sorry to hear you are going through such a hard time. I am not an expert, but I would suggest you don't go telling everyone everything that is going on. If you are done with the situation and are ready to build something new, that is healthy. But don't force other people to do the same thing. If they are intereested in working to overcome their struggles and trying to save their marriage, you would only be destroying that. If you're ready to move on, you should just move on.
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