Affair Advice For Women Who Are Torn Between Their Husbands And Another Man

Michelle Langley: Breaking Out Of Limbo.

Linda Writes:

Hi Michelle,

I have been married for eight years and I have gone through a lot with my husband. I have been unhappy for most of my marriage. Less than a year after we got married my husband and I hardly ever had sex and there was never any affection or romance involved. When we have sex, it’s like a chore. I lie to him and pretend to be climaxing so that he can hurry up, have his orgasm and the whole thing can be over with. I am so empty inside.

Now after eight years of trying and trying, suggesting counseling, dinners, romantic dates, you name it, I suggested it. But all of my suggestions were met with chuckles, snickers, sighs of here we go again.

I have now given up. I tried everything there was to turn the marriage around and in his own words “he took me for granted”. For at least four years I have contemplated cheating on him, but I just couldn’t do it. It just wasn’t me.  But now I am cheating. I started having an affair three months ago. Now I’m faced with the guilt, depression, anger, and also the excitement, happiness and fulfillment. I want to separate from my husband. I’m addicted to the affair. I want to spend all of my time with my boyfriend. I even told my husband I cheated. He only thinks I cheated on him once, and he has accepted that it was his fault.


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