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Princesa I would like to answer your question. If my wife's affair had been a one time thing I may have been able to work past it. But her bad behavior covered many years, I wont say she was having affairs all those years but the lies and deceit was a constant in our marriage. In the end she took the first step and spoke to an attorney, a friend sent me a note telling me what she was up to and that gave me time to get some things in order to protect myself. At that point I will say we were both relieved to get it over with, sad but true.
Noideato20, Kville3 gave you a good piece of advice by suggesting you treat this like a business going foreward. That's exactly the approach I used when going through my divorce, as a matter of fact we spent our 20th. annv. by having dinner and working out the details of our divorce. I hate her guts but I didn't let that interfere with the reality of what needed to be done. Have you gone to that legal advice forum I suggested?