Just tell her straight.
And then tell him straight too!
If he's messing around with a mistress, do you really need him?
I agree with johnnyfr. Maybe you should be pushing your husband away from your life.
Pack his bags. Ask him to move out. Don't agree to let him come back unless he can convince you he will be 100% faithful to you for the rest of his life.
If your husband wants to stay in the marriage, he needs to tell her to get lost. Then, you and he are going to need to take time to heal - possibly counseling. If he is cheating now, the question is do you think he will do it again? Do you want to live without that basic trust? Hang in there because it is going to be rough. I wish you the best.
by wifelv 2 years ago
My ex had an affair with married women and they are still together after it all began 3yrs ago. Our divorce was final 3 months ago. They are now living together. I keep waiting for them to get back what they gave out, but it seems to be taking a long time. She will not let him talk with me or see...
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Do you agree that women look for Mr. Right while men look for Ms. Right Away?Are women genetically wired to be patient while men are are more impulsive by nature and their impulsiveness comes from the time they were hunters? Where the reaction speed was the question of survival?
by affairdetector 7 years ago
What is the Best Revenge you could do to your Husband's Mistress?
by someday99 7 years ago
No, Talk to your hubby. Never go down there. if she knows that your hubby is married, she ain't no worth of your time. The prob is bet. you and your hubby!
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