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i like to be with my old lover but i got married whether its right or wrong
The very fact that you ask this right or wrong question shows that within your self you consider unfaithfulness as wrong. Ask yourself, are you ready to face the consequences. Is that something that your conscience will permit, is it accepted in your culture or by your people.. question your self and you will walk in the right path.
I feel that once married one has to forget about the old lover, and to be honest and sincere in the marriage, for the success of the marriage. Consider your old lover just as an ordinary friend, nothing more than that. Put all your positive energy towards the success of your marriage, and then gradually you will be able to forget your lover. .
Ok so if the guy you married had the same wish how would you feel? I have knowen of people that have "open relationships" and are happy each agree they can have outside relations (but you better be sure both sides mean it). The thing is you married are you regreting your choice. If you do this and love your husband and he finds out you could loose him. Right away or it could come out years down the line. Personally Im of the belief cheating is cheating if you made a commitment so unless you and your husband are able to come to a agreement and both of you allow these things Id say your playing with fire.
now the question is not whether u want to be or u dont want to be with ur lover bt for the person presently u r.if u did not wanted then why did u married him or her.and now since u r married u should try to cooperate wd the another person and take some time out to maintain ur relationship.
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