my husband of 21 years left a year ago,it was the ninth time(all other times hes begged to come home after a few months).after months of texts and calls with him saying he had made a mistake,he changed and turned cold towards me, i thought it was because id given him the cold shoulder but have since found out he has been seeing someone else for 8 months,hes moving 4 hours away at the weekend to be with her and leaving his 2 children behind.ive been on an emotional rollercoater the past few weeks and last weekend he told me he was having second thoughts about moving and actually finished with her and came round to us 2 days on the trot.but the next day they were back together and the move is back on.i know hes now not worth my tears and im better ofalone.so why cant i stop thinking of them hving this wonderull time together when i know deep down hes never going to change and let her putup withhis rubbish.
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