I am getting some great insight from so many wonderful people on here so I figured I would put this out there and get some advice. No my wife left me and is in a whole new life with another man, the problem is I still love her deeply and worry about her so am I crazy to go out of my way to take care of her. I mean I do not expect to abandon her, she does not work right now and depends on me still for financial support and I am ok with that, but to what point is too much. Let me go a little deeper, she is not working and she also has Lupos which just took a turn for the worse. She is actually scared that unless she changes her lifestyle she will die. So I have some extra money coming in from various sources and have offerred to pay for things suchs as her rent (including security deposit) for two months, Yoga classes (private), a Nutritionalist (One in NYC private and expensive) a new car (hers got wrecked in a accident by me) her bills, and various other things. Now Don't get me wrong we are far from financially stable, but as I said I worry about her. If we divorce she will lose health insurance. So without boring whoever reads this am I going to far? Am I crazy? It is so hard when you still love the one who hurt you.
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