Re: Important Guidelines for "Coping with Infidelity" section. **Please Read This**
I'm new here and know this is an old post but here's my two cents worth.
I've seen a lot of misery in my life in the married lives of my 7 bothers and sisters. I am the youngest of 8 children. I think I've seen it all. I've been married for 28 years now and in my humble opinion, you will be better off trying to make a life with your girlfriend. It's understandable why she feels the way that she does. Anyone in her position would. For your own well being and in order for you to move on with your live-sever all ties with your former wife. She appears to be just stringing you along and causing you and your girlfriend a lot of unnecessary misery and heart ache. You don't need someone like that in your life-ever! What you do need is someone who will nurture you, help you to grow and always be there for you. Someone who will love you and someone that you can love and bring happiness too. You've seen what your ex has done-do you really want to spend the rest of your life wondering "is she going to cheat on me again?" Start fresh, start a new. Get a hold of your current girlfriend and, if you haven't already, begin to treat her like a queen! Be her knight in shinning armor. I hope things work out for you both. Good luck.