No, I am not going to send it. I am just having so many conversations in my head that I thought maybe getting it out in the world might get it out of my head.
I call you that as opposed to other woman because one of the things that I have learned from h is that you could have been anyone, there was nothing amazing or special about you. You just filled a hole in him and anyone willing would have sufficed.
You once texted me that "you and I both know I am not the problem". I actually agree, you weren't the problem, you were only a symptom. As with any illness, once the cause is treated the symptoms go away, become irrelevant.
Also, your pathetic email to my h, regarding your "being super fuckable in this bed", screams to me of a woman whose low self esteem and confidence causes her to beg for validation.
H has told me so much about you and the pain in your life that I can almost have sympathy for you.
He told me of the prostitutes that your husband engaged with and your devastation when you found out. How you couldn't cope and could not work and had to have a friend come to pick up the pieces.
I can't really have sympathy for you because I know that you understand the devastation of betrayal and chose to be a party to it.
Not only chose to be a party to it once, but multiple times.
The ones that I am truly sympathetic to are your sons. They have to deal with your divorce from their father. Do they know why? Kids are much more perceptive than we sometimes give them credit for.
I don't know if you are aware of how lucky you have been for the lack of consequences. I am not talking about internal consequences because I don't know if you have the capacity for self examination. I don't believe that you do only because h told me about your confessing to your priest about your previous "sin".
When I talk about lucky, I am talking about the acts of retribution that a betrayed wife might feel justified in committing.
The first betrayed wife may not have found out or, like me she has self respect and compassion.
I do not have true compassion for you but I do for your innocent sons. Have you ever considered the damage that it would cause them, your relationship with them if your actions were known? Maybe you just don't value them enough to care.
For me, if I had engaged in your behavior, I would be so ashamed if my sons knew that I were capable of this. If they knew that I valued myself so little that I would become involved with a married man. That I had such little compassion for others and could inflict such pain for such selfish gain. That I was a hypocrite. You are lucky that I am above seeking vengeance at the expense of the innocent. If you continue seeking out married men you may not continue to be so fortunate. You could encounter a spouse that is so enraged that they don't even consider the innocent parties that would be hurt. Like I said you are fortunate that I unlike you, have compassion and self respect.
H has told me about your dream of your perfect life, the life that your parents had. Was your parents marriage based on lies, cheating, deception and cruelty?
You will never find that perfect life with a married man.
You must realize that in order for a man to be unfaithful to his wife, there are problems within him. He could be a habitual cheater, do you want that? He may be unable to resolve conflict, do you think this is healthy? Don't you want a man that is capable of being faithful? Capable of being honest? Capable of dealing with problems in an authentic and healthy way? A man that is cheating on his wife is none of these things. Do you not think that you deserve more?
I wonder if you have never recovered from your exhusbands infidelity. It really has no effect on me, but I know the pain and wonder if you still carry that. All I can say is, heal yourself and maybe someday you will find that perfect life.
A few other thoughts that I wanted to share with you. Think it is important and might make you look at how you are degrading yourself.
The nights when h did not respond to you, he was with me. You see, he was cheating on you too.
Unprotected sex!!! Are you crazy? You are a nurse, I would think you would think of the consequences of this at least. You may have thought you knew him, I don't know how you thought that, it had only been a couple of months, but, you did not know me. How can you be sure that I was not having unprotected sex with others, you had no clue. As they say, when you have sex with someone, you have sex with everyone they have been with. Makes you want to get tested now doesn't it?
In conclusion, my life with h is actually better than it has ever been. Because he hit his bottom (being with you) recognized what he was losing (me, an honest, loving and moral woman), recognized that by changing his behavior we could have the type of marriage that you can only fantasize about.
He is being kind, not drinking, talking with me by the hour. We talk openly about everything now and we both are so grateful that we are going to be able to love each other for the rest of our lives. He is my first priority and I am his.
He is a changed man. I honestly didn't think he was capable of being so loving and emotionally giving. It is an amazing transformation.
We are rediscovering so many things about each other and learning new things every day. We are closer, emotionally, intellectually and physically than ever before.
What h and I have found, you will never achieve through lies and deception.