Re: My wife thinks she is in love with a co-worker
Thundarr, are you suggesting that by cutting the chord entirely, doing "the 180" cutting her off emotionally even if by pretend, agreeing to a divorce, telling the world about her affair and shaming her, ripping my kids (especially my older one) apart, and actually living the life of a sad man on the other side of town has better odds of a reconciliation than the approach I am currently taking? I mean, 4,300+ posts you are certainly more experienced in these dilemmas than me, but that seems completely backwards.
The "180" seems like a good move for a person who has been cheated on by a person who has no reason to cheat, a person who is truly a sc*mbag. And in that case, who would want to be with a person like that anyway.
My wife had reason to cheat. I should change the name of this thread to "My wife cheated and I love her more for it"