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post #31 of 33 (permalink) Old 04-29-2016, 06:56 PM
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Re: Almost divorced, but reconciliation on the cards

Originally Posted by Andy26599 View Post
Her "dalliance" with the other guy ended almost a year ago (in June), and as far as I am aware, from speaking to mutual friends, there has been nobody else since. So it's not that he's binned her off and she's immediately come back to me, there has been a long clean break (or as clean as there can be when I see her pretty much 3 times a week when we do drop offs with the kids.) where we have not been a married couple.
The reality is you have no idea what's going on. You can't base anything on dropping off the kids 3 times a week.

If you're going on what she's telling you take that with a grain of salt.

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Re: Almost divorced, but reconciliation on the cards

You cant reconcile without the truth.
You cant reconcile with someone who isn't truthful.
You cant reconcile with someone who betrayed you, lied to you, and tossed you away if their primary motivation for reconciliation is to use you to please themselves.
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post #33 of 33 (permalink) Old 04-30-2016, 04:15 PM
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Well for starter Andy I wouldn't say your her Plan B as what some of us here are saying.

Lets just take the marriage out in the picture first and ask yourself does memories happen overnight? While your still unsure about it I suggest you watch this 'The Story of Us' just watch it after all what is an hour or two compare to the rest of your life w/ her, right? I guarantee you this will help you a lot in making up your mind.

I expect we’ll be better off going to marriage counselling to get to the bottom of all this, and feelings, etc…
Counseling is damn expensive if I were you I'd look for other marriage help / counseling alternatives. Since you know most of the facts and it seems your in control instead of your emotions it would be a good idea to get some insights from coaches/ experts try Michael Cross 'Your Marriage Savior' how to save a marriage or Simple Things Matter. Good luck!
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