Originally Posted by Unsure2621
During the 3 months of arguing he would tell me that nothing was wrong and that he still loved me. But I could tell something was deeply wrong. Even in December when he was with her he sent me a text stating ‘Just know that I love you’. Guilt?
After he left he has made the following statements to me:
‘I will always love you and care about you but I know that I don’t want to be married to you’
‘I have been fighting leaving you for years. I only stayed for our daughter.’
‘I hope that we reach a point where we can be friends’ (Yeah Right)
‘I don’t understand why you are so upset we were splitting up anyway. If it wasn’t this girl it would be someone else’
‘I want you to be happy. But I deserve to be happy too and being married wasn't it. Again, had nothing to do with you as a person. You are a good person.’
‘it just came to a point where I had to move on.’
I just want to say ALL OF THIS is 100% typical fogbabble.
all cheaters have said these same things before.
the only thing your missing is the infamous
"i love you but im not in love with you"
like others have said. it will not last.
my wife said virtually all the the same lines. her affair seems to be apperently over.
you have to decided what you want to do, and whats best for you.
nobody here is going to give you any real bad advice, because we all handle things differently, but weigh the things they say.
but the idea of filing for divorce or legal seperation is a sound one...and can be stopped should he get his head outta his ass and you want to save the marriage....or you could just move on with your life...its up to you, but having a kid defianlty makes it hard...