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Affair partner Q&A
I have been having an affair (I am single with children) with a married man (also with children) on and off for 3.5 years. I have no illusion that he will leave her for me. I am realistic and know it’s just good sex for him (with me). I have had a couple of other “proper” (and faithful) relationships in that time but never stopped thinking about the other guy. It’s been that way (as in on/off) because I go through all those stages you write about as far as knowing right from wrong, ceasing, enabling him, etc. But like many other women, part of me loves this man. I also go through the inner turmoil of deciding whether to let his wife know or not. We live in the same area, and I know some of the same people he knows — six degrees of separation and all that even though we met by chance. So I guess that is my question: should I tell his wife about our affair, anonymously or otherwise?
I’m a wayward spouse that had been involved in a 5-year affair with an ex-girlfriend from 20 years ago. She divorced her husband 5 years ago and is a single mom. I’m 43, married with 2 children. I have read countless material on infidelity and the emotional cost that accompanies …
Dear Suzie, We have a magnetic connection. Every time we walk by each other, there’s a powerful energy. Why are we so drawn to each other? Why do we get electric shocks of energy every time we stand near each other? Why do we make each other laugh and feel …
Dear Suzie, I don’t think I’m strong enough to let him go. This man knows exactly how to make my knees weak. I can’t seem to resist him. He lies and I believe him. What’s going on? Falling in love with a married man isn’t a weak choice. (It’s just …