My wife and I have 3 great children, But I think she is in love with someone else. I know that we are not excactly perfect for each other anymore but, we have 14 years of married life together. Now all of a sudden everything is not right. I think this is where I lost it. She talks to these other guys on the phone, the internet, text messages all the time. Granted she only has a few hours a day to do it because of work. But when she gets homw around 5:00 she is consistantly either on the internet or her cell phone with these guys. I mean at least she could spend sometime with her kids. I think things are getting worse but nothing is really showing on the outside. We don't hug, kiss or touch each other anymore, because now she doesn't like to be touched. Oh, by the way she has been diagnosed with Major Depression and Obsessive Compulsive disorder. I have been dong all the work around the house including the children. I have to fake being ill to get her to watch or take care of the kids. I have caught her numerous times sort of watching the kids(2,4,6), but very focused on the internet chats. Latley she is on this we have to get counseling, but why would we do that if I have emails of her telling these other guys how much she doesn't like me anymore, plus other things that she would like to do with them. WHAT O I DO?
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