Meeting with an attorney is a good idea to protect you and your unborn child, but right now you must also take care of your health....try to sleep, eat, and drink plenty of fluids. If you cannot eat, try sipping some protein drinks, you must get nutrition into your body for your wee one!
Have you read the articles in the Healing Library? They are full of great articles that will help you understand you are not alone experiencing this painful emotional roller coaster.
Do you know who the OW is? Is she married?
Sending cyber hugs. You will find a great deal of support here, post as often as you need to.
DDay - May 9
"You are strong and brave." - My fortune shortly after DDay, the cookie knew just what to say.
It's so vey new for you AND you are pregnant.
First - so so sorry you are here. But we are here because we have been through it and care. You are not alone even if we all are strangers.
Please don't feel like you have to figure all of this out now. You are in shock and rightfully so.
Everyday the first thought must be about you and your baby. Priority #1.
Then take each day as it comes. Good days. Bad. You don't have to understand or rationalize anything right now.
Seek your IC's advice and take one day at a time.
It's not easy but God is in the tough stuff.
Sending healthy hugs
Take care of yourself. You don't have to make big decisions other than what to eat and when to rest right now. The world feels crazy for a while, but it won't always. We're here for you.
For last year's words belong to last year's language
And next year's words await another voice.
And to make an end is to make a beginning. - T.S. Eliot
I am at a fork in the road, if I am not at home then I am getting along fine, it is my home, my security, I feel that that security is lost, much like my emotions. I have always put him and our home first in my life and I know that I need to move out to heal. I just am afraid, afraid of people knowing, afraid of breaking up my family, afraid of his well being.
I also did not feel comfortable in my home. I wanted to escape from here every minute for about the first two weeks after D-Day.
Every where I looked in our home...I felt that it was all a lie. I thought that we had built so much together, and then after D-Day, it suddenly felt that I was somehow stupid by feeling pride in a lie.
Hugs to you, and hoping that you can take some time to check out the Healing Library. I am not yet one month out, but reading here has helped me so much.