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ejs5
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Default  Posted: 6:41 PM, January 8th (Friday), 2010View ProfileEdit MessagePrivate MessageHomepage

Just wanted to swing in and say hi...and say congrats to your daughter IWAM, you must be so proud!...I hope someday I can say the same for my girls:)

Feeling better about myself...I have a night alone tonight while my husband is working and the kids are celebrating a belated New Year with cousins...now that the older ones are teenagers, they have to do it on a different weekend than New Years:) So perhaps a movie will work tonight, or a good book.


DD June 2nd 2009
Me BW 38
Him WS 40
No reconciliation was all false 2.5 LTA now a couple of months affair...

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iwantamiracle
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Default  Posted: 10:45 PM, January 8th (Friday), 2010View ProfileEdit MessagePrivate MessageHomepage

ejs5" glad to hear that you are feeling better, i hope you are using this time for yourself....there is nothing like "me" time...

and yay, another soul stopped by...

(((tribe)))


i am taking my life back, one step at a time!!!!!

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ejs5
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Default  Posted: 12:41 AM, January 9th (Saturday), 2010View ProfileEdit MessagePrivate MessageHomepage

Yep watching 20/20 sorting socks and putting laundry away...me time...LOL:) I had a coke earlier something I don't do much and have a bit of a caffeine headache or it could be the cold I have, so I am pretty ready for bed and book time:) I do have plans to go to an actual movie theater in a couple weeks with a girl friend...something I haven't done in at least 4 years with her and it has been 6 years since I did that with my husband...maybe we should do that again soon:)


DD June 2nd 2009
Me BW 38
Him WS 40
No reconciliation was all false 2.5 LTA now a couple of months affair...

Posts: 256 | Registered: Jun 2009 | From: Done
iwantamiracle
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Default  Posted: 10:12 AM, January 9th (Saturday), 2010View ProfileEdit MessagePrivate MessageHomepage

ejs5: your idea of "me" time really sucks hon....we need to do something about that...even if you curl up with a book and a glass a wine...it needs to be time doing something you love or at least like...and laundry just ain't it...kwim....


i am taking my life back, one step at a time!!!!!

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iwantamiracle
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Default  Posted: 8:58 PM, January 9th (Saturday), 2010View ProfileEdit MessagePrivate MessageHomepage

i am doing the happy dance...my dd17 recieved 2 more acceptances today and the totally most awesomest bestest part is that one of them is giving her a full scholarship...woohooo


(((tribe)))


i am taking my life back, one step at a time!!!!!

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UKgirl
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Default  Posted: 4:51 PM, January 10th (Sunday), 2010View ProfileEdit MessagePrivate MessageHomepage

Miracle – congratulations to your DD!! It is one thing I hold on to. Our marriages may have been based on lies and deceit, but we can look at our children and know we have done some things right! YOU did that, YOU can take some credit for your DD’s successes. I’m so very pleased for you. As for pfm and his responses, hmm, there’s really not much to say, is there?

LostH, and our children are the reason to separate it out in our heads and hearts. We know we have done and continue to do the right thing by our kids. Our WS were just along for the ride when it suited. But for my boys alone, I’d say things have been worth it to date. I love them so much and I know they adore me. That’s worth more than anything to me. I look at them and say”yep, that was me”.

ejs5, just wtf is going on? Talk about slippery slope back into the affair. What if you hadn’t seen his FB page? Does this mean you are going to have to monitor him for the rest of your marriage, as if he is a recalcitrant child? For goodness sake, what is the matter with the man? And what about YOU feeling “lonely”??? Lemme slap him for you. Know what? This just makes me wonder if any of the fuckwits are worth the time and trouble. Idiot. Hugs hon and let us know what happens at MC…… tsk.

FWH and I went to a wedding yesterday, the daughter of an old friend of mine. I expected to be triggered and so focused on the girl I knew as a baby, toddler, girl, teen and woman and holding on to all those memories of her, her brothers and my boys when they used to play together. As the traditional vows were beings said and repeated, H grasped my hand tightly. Quite what he was trying to convey, I’m not sure. That he was saying those vows to me, maybe? That he was sorry he broke those vows?

Internally I snorted at the words “will you love, comfort, honour and protect her and be faithful to her as long as you both shall live”, HA! - until some dumsel in distress needs her KISA. And then those words go straight out of the window. And “with my body I honour you, all that I am I give to you, and all that I have I share with you…” yeh, but H wanted to share with someone else too. But that jaded view only applied to my H. And slightly to the other married couples who where there (including wondering about the bride’s father and if he ever has…..sad but true).

I didn’t wear my wedding band, just some jewellery that went with the outfit. H wanted to buy me an eternity ring when we were out last weekend. I wouldn’t even talk about it. What eternity? He bought me a past, present and future ring that clearly meant nothing, he was fucking MOW at the time. So, no thanks.

Today I had sleeping sickness. I just couldn’t stay awake. Slept in til 11, went back to bed at 3 for an hour, had a cup of tea and promptly went back to sleep again. Think it must have been the emotional stress, even though I was fine and had a really lovely day.

Sure wish Spring would hurry up!!

Ditto!!


D-Day: 30 July 2006 LTA: 5yrs
Me, BS, 56 y/o Him, WS, 57 y/o
MOW, pathetic ex-fiancee.
3 grown boys and one 18 y/o
I don't consider myself married anymore.
There are some words once spoken split the world in two. Before you say them and after.

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sailaway
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Default  Posted: 6:32 PM, January 10th (Sunday), 2010View ProfileEdit MessagePrivate MessageHomepage

Hi LTA people. I think it has taken me a long time to admit I belong here. I wasn't sure what the "minimum" requirement for a LTA was. I really, really need some support. Here is my story: (Makes it sound like its going to be more interesting than it probably is :-)

My H and I married young- I was 20. We had just graduated college and I thought everything was set. All I ever wanted was security. I told him that ALL THE TIME. I grew up in a crazy house- bi-polar mom, alcoholic dad, evictions, etc. I thought we were on the same page. Even though we were young (he was 23) we both had college degrees and I though we knew where we were going. After 3 years we had our first son. Then my H told me he wanted to start his own company. I agreed. He pretty much broke even for 2 years. Baby number 2 came. Then my H told me he wanted to take the business in a new direction. He had a partner sign on and they "sold" me this business under many promises. I was stupid but I said "go for it." This was in 1999. He made no money and the partner left. He got new partners. I won't deny he had a great idea- but no buyers. Every time I set a deadline he went right through it- and I let him. Then in 2003- baby #3. You might say that was irresponsible but I can't regret him- son #3. I was continuing to work in my field (teaching) and getting promoted but it is not a position known for its money! Still we were doing "okay." Then- oops- baby #4. And yes, it was an "oops" but since our beautiful daughter resulted, again- I can't regret it! But I finally (ha ha) laid down the law and told hubby to get a paying job! His brother moved back into town and started a business and hired him. Things got better- I thought. But he was miserable. Started drinking. I confronted him. He told me he was fine. I told him I was worried if his company failed. He assured me all was well. I told him I thought he was depressed- he blew me off. Then he met "Her" on the internet. She, apparently, told him he was brilliant- which after 8 years I no longer supported his "business"- I never demanded he quit but I thought it was way past time. She likes "kinky" sex and I have trouble discussing such things. He told me he hated working with his brother- I told him to quit- that it wasn't worth it. He did and was out of work for 5 months. I thought he was looking for a job- turns out he was hanging with her. Then he went back to work with his brother. During the time he was out of work I NEVER demanded he go back to work because I knew he was miserable. I ASSUMED he was looking for a job- stupid stupid me. Anyway- after a 2 year affair he confessed. Mostly because she "ultimatum ed" him. Since then (Feb. 2009) I fond out that he: hated me for not supporting him, told her all about personal things about me that she now posts on the internet, lied several times since about the scope of the affair, shared our children with her via webcam (although they were unaware), showed her our wedding pics, told his brother, our neighbor saw them, and the list goes on and on. It is extraordinarily rambling here and I am sorry. I just don't know where to turn. I view everyday of the last 2 years through the lens of "what were you really doing?" He has maintained NC- I know b/c if he hadn't she souldn't be taking her frustration out on me. And he says he is "committed" and a changed person. But the one thing I asked him to do- look for a "real" job- he hasn't done. I let him skate through his responsibility to his family for 10 years and I am done with that. I know his reasons for hesitating to look- he is afraid. And since the OW has blogged about the affair using his name he is afraid that a google search will destroy any hopes he has anyway. I just don't care. This is the ONE thing I have asked. He is hesitating. Is that a sign? Is that enough to end a 15 year marriage with 4 kids? I know I am rambling, I just don't know where to turn.


"I have spread my dreams beneath your feet; Tread softly because you tread on my dreams." W.B.Yeats

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iwantamiracle
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Default  Posted: 7:54 PM, January 10th (Sunday), 2010View ProfileEdit MessagePrivate MessageHomepage

hey tribe, i posted in general and would love everyones take..

http://www.survivinginfidelity.com/forums.asp?tid=334974

ukgirl: sometimes you just got to sleep dear girl...i know what you mean about wearing the wedding bands, i refuse to put mine back on ever again..but then i am done, so putting it on would kind of not make sense..

maybe at the wedding he was just realizing what a "fuckwit" he really was and is?

sailaway: welcome to our little corner of si, and i am so sorry you are here...so sorry that we all are here actually...

and i am sorry i cannot answer your questions, only you can answer them....you need to weigh every possibility, every outcome, and every consequence and then you need to decide what it is you are willing to live with and that would include regrets....

you have children to consider in all of this too....

but one thing that i would think would need to be a requirement and not a choice is that man needs to make some money and help support his family...i would think that that is the least he could do, and from your post it appears that aside from providing you with some sperm for those children he has not contributed too much to your relationship on the whole...

again, i do not walk in your shoes, this decision needs to be yours...


as always
(((tribe)))


i am taking my life back, one step at a time!!!!!

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trynhard
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Default  Posted: 6:33 AM, January 11th (Monday), 2010View ProfileEdit MessagePrivate MessageHomepage

iwantamiracle.. so happy for you! teaching your daughter to be successful early in life! So many in US just don't know how.
there are some who believe that an affair begins and ends with the actual sex act, there are those who believe it begins the minute, the second you look at an op with an intent that is not conducive to a happy faithful marriage....

I believe the latter too...
It is up to yourself to stay inside the proper boundaries... and protect your happiness at all cost. You see you spouse doing things that are "out of bounds" then ACT on it... Failure is to claim it up!
Me now...


sailaway

Is that enough to end a 15 year marriage with 4 kids?
NO

It is a Decision by both of you to want each other again...want to keep the family together, you and him both wanting to reconnect what you had before all started to go sower. Is this what you want? Can you forgive and make that choice? You never will control you spouse's decision. It will bring unhappiness you should not even try....

A boundary... "I will not have a relationship with a person that does not have a stable job." And the consequences? I will have someone with a solid steady job... if this means your own happiness...

Peace be with you all..

[This message edited by trynhard at 6:44 AM, January 11th (Monday)]


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lovinlife
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Default  Posted: 6:53 AM, January 11th (Monday), 2010View ProfileEdit MessagePrivate MessageHomepage

Good Monday Morn!!

((((IWAM))))

You should be very proud of your DD. What wonderful news. It's such a relief to us as parents when things go well in our childrens life. And a full ride is OUTSTANDING!

YEAH for IWAM's DD!!

As for pfm's reaction... well, you probably would be better off not having any expectations! just say'in!

As far as having a magic ball that can see into the future... nope, wish I did. Truth of the matter is - - - I know that this is going to be your year, because YOU have made the decision to be happy, and that speaks volumes!

There is so much of life that we can't change, but our attitude is one thing we DO have control over. I will be here cheering you on!

((((UKGirl))))

I'm wishing I could pull my camper over your way for a bit. And since we bought this new one, there is plenty of room for company!! Retirement needs to hurry...

Hope everyone is hanging in there. Spring is slowly but surely on it's way... and everything seems better in the warmth of the sun!

((((((LTA Tribe))))))

((((((LH2))))))
Keeping you in my thoughts and prayers...

Lovin


Together more than half our lives.

I am woman, hear me ROAR!!
What you accept, you teach!

Me 53, WS 54
Reconciled for life!
DD 24, DS 27


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ejs5
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Default  Posted: 8:03 AM, January 11th (Monday), 2010View ProfileEdit MessagePrivate MessageHomepage

UK girl I don't know WTF is going on inside his head...except he feels we can never work...but yet not even 10 minutes after saying that he is making plans for a family trip this summer...I'm so confused. We have counseling on Thursday and we are pretty much just getting along. He hasn't contacted her again and my goal is to keep my mouth shut until Thursday...I refuse to have a long argument about it, and he knows my opinion, if he does a phone call to go NC again I want to be there, I still think it should be a letter...but he doesn't know where she lives as she has moved since the last time he saw her.


DD June 2nd 2009
Me BW 38
Him WS 40
No reconciliation was all false 2.5 LTA now a couple of months affair...

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iwantamiracle
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Default  Posted: 9:19 AM, January 11th (Monday), 2010View ProfileEdit MessagePrivate MessageHomepage

hey tryn: maybe i need new glasses but the pearl is missing...and you certainly are a gem of a man, so put that pearl in there sir...and thank you for your perspective on my post in general...

lovin:

As far as having a magic ball that can see into the future... nope, wish I did. Truth of the matter is - - - I know that this is going to be your year, because YOU have made the decision to be happy, and that speaks volumes!

There is so much of life that we can't change, but our attitude is one thing we DO have control over. I will be here cheering you on!

you have this innate ability to make me feel as though i am breathing fresh air...i know i say it all the time to you on you are a breath of fresh air... and you truly are....when you have been breathing in so much "pollution" that breath of fresh air gives new life, it lifts me up...so thankyou and keep comin by and breathing on us...o.k.?

ejs5: i am glad that you will be going to mc soon, i also understand your reluctance in speaking to him prior to that...i also understand your confusion above all....your husband seems to be having a problem with staying a course, any course....which means he has yet to choose in his mind or his heart...wavering in his stances is not only not going to help you marriage heal but it will hinder your o wn personal healing that needs to happen prior to healing the marriage or the very least simultaneously....don't know if i am making any sense...


ukgirl: thank you for you post in my thread in general...and i am so sorry that your husband is not helping you heal for you to find some peace....i truly wish i could give you some of that peace....i sometimes feel like your insides (your heart, your mind and your soul) are a jumbled mess and you can't seem to put them all back together again.....of course i could be way off base and projecting my own sich....


as always
(((tribe)))


i am taking my life back, one step at a time!!!!!

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trynhard
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Default  Posted: 4:48 AM, January 12th (Tuesday), 2010View ProfileEdit MessagePrivate MessageHomepage

OK so my sweet Louise (MC) says... "Infidelity" will never leave my mind, ever. I will always be reminded of what my wife did.. always! "Triggers will always be there and nothing I can do to prevent them from popping up" It is now a part of me. These thoughts would even be there if I left my wife too, and with even more pain to deal with, different pains. Stop living the past and start looking ahead she says... the wound will heal and only scar tissue will be left, scar tissue does hurt too ya know? So massage it with care and over time with happiness it becomes less and less prevalent...

Peace.

[This message edited by trynhard at 4:53 AM, January 12th (Tuesday)]


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iwantamiracle
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Default  Posted: 6:37 AM, January 12th (Tuesday), 2010View ProfileEdit MessagePrivate MessageHomepage

tryn: while i agree with your sweet louise, you cannot stop the triggers from coming up, you cannot prevent them...you can control them when they arrive...you can and will look at them differently in time.....perspectives change all the time and while triggers are painful for us they can also be life affirming.....look at how far you have already come, use lovin as an example...the man that was is no longer the man he is....the same will hopefully hold true for your wife.....then you can use the triggers to appreciate how far she and you have come to arrive where you are now or will be in the future...

remember tryn perspective is everything in every sich..


i am taking my life back, one step at a time!!!!!

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Default  Posted: 7:04 AM, January 12th (Tuesday), 2010View ProfileEdit MessagePrivate MessageHomepage

IWAM,

Hooray for your great news. I know you are so proud of your DD.

UKgirl,

I am sorry. I know being at the wedding was important to you, and I applaud you for being there despite whatever pain you feared having prior to going (and had).

Sailaway,

None of us can control anyone but ourselves. We can not put up boundaries for other people. However, we can put up our own boundaries and tell others what the consequences of crossing them are. In your case, I would say decide what you need from your H and what the consequences will be if he crosses them.

Huge hugs to all!

ff


DDay 1--Feb 99
Crappy IC, false R--spring 1999
A ended around April, 2003
DDay 2--September 26, 2004
DDay 3--September 26, 2005 when I found out the REST of the truth
8/8/09--Doing very well due to hard work on my and H's part

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ejs5
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Default  Posted: 8:35 AM, January 12th (Tuesday), 2010View ProfileEdit MessagePrivate MessageHomepage

None of us can control anyone but ourselves. We can not put up boundaries for other people. However, we can put up our own boundaries and tell others what the consequences of crossing them are. In your case, I would say decide what you need from your H and what the consequences will be if he crosses them.

Wow I needed this...if a break of NC happens again I need to have consequences I stick by...I think he some how knows that I'm not willing to leave him...but I need to get a back bone. ONe thing I keep hearing is he is trapped...I have all these rules for him, poor little baby, sorry not feeling a ton of sympathy today...what about my feelings when he wants to go spend the night at a buddies and drink(buddy lives about 2 hours away), and knew about the affair...what is wrong with making a new buddy he can hang out with.
Somedays I wish I had said something to one of his family members, mom or aunt to see if they could encourage him to grow up and look at the big picture. I never said he couldn't go to his buddies just that I needed to go too this particular buddies house with him.


DD June 2nd 2009
Me BW 38
Him WS 40
No reconciliation was all false 2.5 LTA now a couple of months affair...

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trynhard
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Default  Posted: 12:48 PM, January 12th (Tuesday), 2010View ProfileEdit MessagePrivate MessageHomepage

yes iwantamiracle...
you can control them
My wife's former lover (yes I can say it without tears today) is on TV all the time... On the cover of the phone book... So checking out the Dr office and some ladies monitor it on top the phone book with the OM smiling at me... Yes everyday I drive by OM office.. The thoughts come across my mind... But not this kinda of control. So today, I'm thinking, as I drive to Cleveland... I'm gonna call OMW and tell her to have him take those damn commericials off! It triggers me! Then Wham! a big black bird almost gets smashed in my car window... It it the craziest thing! Now how often does that happen to you? My angels... Control Baby! lol... I can chuckle about all the things I want to do... Something that does work for me. After that, I call W and said, I need romance, take me out Thurs... she call back with reservations!

ejs5... even with my wife telling me she loves me everyday, doing all the right things, I still think about leaving her. I'm not sure I have it in me as you say.. a nice fitting glove... you just don't want it throw it out.

They say, you know when it's time. It's not time for me. Nor you... but I will say this... He trots off overnighters again, Have the locks changed next time. A boundary... "I am not going to be in a relationship where my spouse drinks with friends and spends the night out"

Have a nice day folks.. PEace

[This message edited by trynhard at 12:58 PM, January 12th (Tuesday)]


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iwantamiracle
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Default  Posted: 12:56 PM, January 12th (Tuesday), 2010View ProfileEdit MessagePrivate MessageHomepage

tryn: those birds, they seem to give you messages all the time...

someone recently told me that bird are messengers...

when in doubt look for a bird...even when you think you know there seems to be a bird...kind of eerie and comforting at the same time


i am taking my life back, one step at a time!!!!!

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old dipstick
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Default  Posted: 2:30 PM, January 12th (Tuesday), 2010View ProfileEdit MessagePrivate MessageHomepage

Damn Birds!!!

Yesterday I had a flock of birds poop all over my truck. They had about 50,000 direct hits! My truck looks like shit. Bird shit. So miracle, if birds are messengers, what kind of message is this? The obvious is that "you need to wash your truck." Damn, the story of my life, shit on again!

tryn.

From my point of view, sweet Louise is pretty much right. I don't know how you can completely rid your mind from this trama. Something I have always thought when I was considering getting a D is the fact that I would always feel hurt about her A. I have known people who said they were happy after D. Some did seem happy, some did not. I would also wonder if I would just end up with a new set of problems. Some people do get M and D several times.

The hardest part of sweet Louise's advice is to quit living the past and start looking ahead. She says that it is always going to be there, you can't get away from it, but you need to forget it. She is right, but when the trigger monster strikes, the past is looking you in the face.

You have some pretty big triggers. They would be hard for anyone to ignore. Like all of us, I have several. Not on the scale of yours, but hard to ignore. I try to put things my W says that trigger me, in perspective. She is not, does not, want to look back. Typical WS. When she says things that could be taken wrong by me, typical BS I try to tell myself that what she means and what I think she means are two different things. The triggers that come from somewhere or someone else. Those are harder to put into perspective.

miracle.

Old dip was glad to help. I was happy to make some noise while waiting for some of the more sane members to break the silence.

It sounds like Dear Abby/Dr. Ruth has done a good job. You have to be proud of your girl.

To answer your question in general. When does the A end? From my point of view, never. Like sweet Louise said, it is always going to be a part of me.

ejs5.

I think you need to set some new rules. The face book contact and over night drinking sessions with his buddy? His buddy knew about the A? His buddy is not your friend. Those look like red flags to me.

sailaway.

Hello and welcome.

Hugs to the tribe.


Her WW 60
Me BH 60
M 36 yr
D-day#1 fall of 76 OM#1 2NS
D-day#2 summer of 89 OM#2 LTA 8 yrs OM#3 Short Term A


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Default  Posted: 3:45 PM, January 12th (Tuesday), 2010View ProfileEdit MessagePrivate MessageHomepage

I thought I'd post here if it's OK.

My WH and his OW have been together 20 years. Jeesh. I wasn't even an adult 20 years ago.

I can't believe it took me 9 years together to figure it out, but it did.

Anyway, I figure I probably belong here, if it's OK to join in. My IC keeps telling me the length of the A is a red herring, but it still blows my mind.

I know I told WH I feel like he never married me at all and he replied that he felt like we were married long before he married me.

Anyway, it's early days yet and I don't know where we're going with this. We shall see.


BW 38, 5 kids
Dday Dec. 2009

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