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Old 05-01-2012, 06:50 PM   #6 (permalink)
totamm
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Default Re: Messed up over wife's affair - what do I do?

She tries to prove her love to you by going to a movie and then out.

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the next day i told her she didnt love me and she said what would prove it I said lets go to a movie and then out - we did and I was a bit settled.
A few days later she says she's moving out and you'd never see her again except for events for people that you both know.

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on Monday she told me she was moving out, she left leaving me and my 17year old son alone..i asked her if id ever see her again and she said yes at weddings funerals and graduations.....
She disappeared after that, it's been a month and you haven't seen her since.

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That was 1 month ago and I havent seen her since
You have some questions.

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question - what the hell is going on with her other than the affair?
The affair could be the whole reason, it probably is.

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Is taking down the pictures a good sign of her guilt?
Who knows?


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of her possibly coming around?
See the answer directly above.


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I have never gne through this..also I want her to experience karma for the hurt shes caused me and our family is there such a thing?
There is no such things as karma in the sense that there's some sort of "get even universal force" but if she makes bad decisions they'll eventually come back to bite her, but right now it appears she's just having fun and not concerned about any consequences.


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Will her newfound fling last?
Usually they don't but sometimes they do. It's a roll of the dice.


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I want her to experience the pain shes caused me and our family.
Don't stick around waiting for it. Try to get to the point that you don't care what happens to her one way or the other.
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