An email received

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    heavenly1975posted 6 years ago

    Hiya I was seeing a married man and we had an affair. His wife found out and then he ended it. Then he contacted again and we became friends. And then I told him I wanted someone who was free. So he then sent me this email
    Hi ya Angel

    That is good news I am pleased you have found someone who can love and look after you the way you deserve, I hope that your mum and Rose are well I am sorry I have not replied to you sooner. But I get asked questions weekly and have to swear on peoples lives that you have not been in touch and that I have not contacted you either.

    So I am reluctant to correspond because my lying technique is shocking, we I hope will always be friends from afar I am afraid, today is my last day at work I am redundant and looking elsewhere so this email and my works number will be re assigned.

    I will look out for you from a distance and will always have fond memories of the time we had, you take good care and I really hope that life treats you well and that your relationship will be sound long and loving.

    Always xxxx

    My friends say this is a game for me too respond is that right? What do I do?

    His daughter still talks too me?


    1. Seek-n-Find profile image88
      Seek-n-Findposted 6 years agoin reply to this

      Don't respond.  It's best to just let this relationship totally go.  It sounds like he's saying "goodbye" in a kind way.

    2. Jyoti Patil profile image64
      Jyoti Patilposted 6 years agoin reply to this

      Well, it depends on how truly he loved you. If you are happy with you current love, just don't reply to this email. Or if you really have that urge to reply (like normal people) then just leave an email stating that you wish the same for you and end it there.

  2. tobey100 profile image61
    tobey100posted 6 years ago

    From a guy's perspective.....Ignore the jerk.  He wants to have his cake and eat it to and you're the cake.

    1. SomewayOuttaHere profile image60
      SomewayOuttaHereposted 6 years agoin reply to this

      yeah....angel cake or whatever it's called.

  3. profile image52
    Mneri05posted 6 years ago

    From all the experience I have had with men it seems they crave attention more than a child. Unless he has a heart of gold he still has a need to feel important to you. He is looking for attention and even if you do not see him again your response will give him a little fix.
    His daughter still talking to you sound very odd, I assume she was not angry with you from the affair, but it may not be a relationship you want to continue. This will start deception in your own life and may make you lose something real. You are risking your relationship now talking to him and opening a door you may not know how to walk through.
    Best of luck

  4. profile image51
    heavenly1975posted 6 years ago

    His daughter was from his first marriage.He told her about us and she said too him she agreeded with us.
    And he should leave who he was with.He told his daughter to see what she thought?
    When his wife found out he stayed said it was easier too.And then kept emailing me afterwards asking too be friends.Then told me he wasn't sure if he loved her
    but didn't have no money too leave her.So we stopped talking.Then I told him I had someone new and he relied with that email.

    That's when his daughter started talking to me
    asking if I was happy?And Why hadn't I replied too him?And me and him could be friends?

    Unless that email was him wishing me well I don't know? That's why I thought maybe I should reply? I do still have caring feelings for him.


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