I met her when i was 29 and she was 17. we spent 9 great years together and had 2 great kids. the relationship started to suffer when she got a good professional job. suddenly, the world was her oyster. I was too passive-aggressive and she was too manipulative and controlling. we tried for a while to make it work. she caught me chatting online and found emails in which I had talked about meeting someone. she called it adultry and we decided on an open relationship because we both needed things that the other would not provide. with me, it was sexual, with her, it was intelectual. well her intelectual thing quickly turned to love and now we are on the outs. her lover is a married man with a pregnant wife and has called a time-out untill the baby is born. My wife has filed for separation and has kicked me out of the house. I now live in the RV and she has the house and kids...she cant deal with them as easy as she thought so I am always called to come help but I am just a friend to her now. I am still in love with the woman and this situation is killing me...I need to move on but I don't want to abandon the kids or her. I hope that this free time for her makes her realize what a good man I am to have in her life but I am scared that she will just fall in love with him when he is done with his wife and will tell me to hit the curb. I just want her to go away...she can take the kids...it will hurt but at least for a while so I can get over her and forgive her for doing this to our family. I am so confused.
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