Dear Suzie, He says one day we will be together. I know it sounds cliché, but I really believe he means it. He’s an honest person in every other way. What should I do?
This sword cuts both ways, so be very careful what you wish for (you just may get it). And let’s imagine for a moment that you do. I want you to really think about what this would mean.
Here are three key things to consider:
Your relationship will have a shaky foundation at best. (If his first marriage were to break up because of this affair, think of the guilt and stress that would be redirected toward your relationship.)
If you’re married to a man who cheated on his wife, then YOU will now be the one married to the man who cheats on his wife.
There’s a huge difference between being a wife and being a mistress. Fact is, he will not continue to treat you the same as he did when he was having an affair with you during his marriage. (With the stage lighting, excitement of the forbidden, and lure of escapism gone, you become just two ordinary people.)
So be very careful what you wish for. You might get it and discover… it’s not at all what you wanted.
Until we speak again…
Remember… Love Wins!