This is my story - married 13 years, 2 kids , thought we had a great marriage until mother-in-law died suddenly from brain tumor. Husband claims the 1 thing he asked was for me to get close to her, that I didn't do it - I wasn't there for him emotionally - but his new young associate was - emotionally and physically. He just moved out - I am devastated. He is grieving and having a midlife crisis all at once, and my kids and I have to suffer. Oh - the kicker? He's a divorce attorney. So is the bimbo - they should know what this will do to the kids!
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