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darla, recently about 11 weeks ago my husbands best friend died at the age of 45

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    bloodofthelamb143posted 8 years ago

    darla, recently about 11 weeks ago my husbands best friend died at the age of 45, since then my...

    husbands has been hinting around wanting to live life fully with another friend which is a girl , which is his best friends x wife which was a good friend back in high school days with my husband.  Now he feels as though it is his place to leave his family for his best friends wife which his best friend has been divorced from this girl for 17 years i dont know what to think about all this he says that he love tammy (friends x wife) and that he never wanted to hurt me but he needed to be there for her now what the heck is going on help me i am loosing my mind and sad all the time

  2. Lady Rose profile image72
    Lady Roseposted 8 years ago

    let him go cheerfully. God loves a cheerful giver. Maybe after he spends some time living with Tammy he will realize that you were the love of his life after all and will come back to you. But if not, God will supply a better husband for you. Either way, stay focused on Jesus and donĀ“t worry.

  3. Hypersapien profile image40
    Hypersapienposted 6 years ago

    Unfortunately, I think you should let him go.  People always want what they can't have, and his friend's death probably has your husband thinking about all the regrets he's had in life:  the vacation he never took, the skill he never learned, the girl he never asked out...  He's likely contemplating his own mortality and how much he will have missed if he were toie unexpectedly tomorrow.

    In  short, he probably thinks this is something he needs to do.  Assuming there were no serious issues in your marriage before this, I have little doubt that he will come to regret his decision very quickly; whether you will be there waiting for him is something you will have to decide.

 
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