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Trying to move forward but WW is torn

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Marz ( Member #60895) posted at 7:24 AM on Sunday, August 8th, 2021

In rereading your thread you seem to be a very passive and understanding guy. All that gets you in these situations is walked on. She’s living with you and going out right in front of you to have sex with her shiny new boyfriend.

Full exposure to all family friends as to what she’s doing. Id tell your child that mommy has a boyfriend (his name) so you can’t be married anymore.

Don’t worry about pushing her away, she’s already gone. She doesn’t give a damn about you, your feelings or your son. Start standing up for yourself and quit being her punching bag. Look what that’s gotten you.

It’s way past time for you to wake up!!!!! This situation is beyond abusive.

[This message edited by Marz at 8:20 AM, Sunday, August 8th]

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twicefooled ( Member #42976) posted at 6:47 PM on Sunday, August 8th, 2021

By not lawyering up and fighting for your portion, you are stealing from your son's future.

Your wife cares more for her own welfare than she does for him - that is apparent in her actions of blowing up her family for a guy. Do you really believe that she will put your son's best interest ahead of hers?

May 29 2021 ***reclaimed myself and decided to delete my story with my ex because I'm now 7 years free from him and mentally healthier than I've been in years.

*********When you know better, you can do better*************

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Sofarsogood ( Member #71991) posted at 2:47 PM on Monday, August 9th, 2021

I'm sorry that your relationship with your WW has gotten to this point. I would like to add that you sound like you have great potential, and will find your way to another partner that suits you. As far as your WW goes, I don't know what her interests are, but it sounds like she and her AP are bonding over their similar professions. The age gap may eventually catch up with her especially if she is socially and physically active ( I have personal experience with this). We all wish you the best, and hope you can proceed by living the best life you deserve.

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Lostmyself ( New Member #79344) posted at 6:13 AM on Saturday, September 4th, 2021

Been following your posts and was wondering how you doing and holding up

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