I had lunch the other day with the ex-husband of the woman who stole my husband. He seemed to be a very nice, attractive, intelligent individual...not exactly the ogre she represented him to be to my ex. If we did not have such a bizarre connection and he was not already dating someone else, I would definitely consider having a relationship with him. We compared notes and came to the same conclusion...we are each better off without our exes. It was nice to meet him and to realise that he went through the same pain of betrayal and shock as I did. They were married 26 years and he had absolutely no idea their marriage was in trouble until she told him of the affair. Isn't it great to be the last person to know your marriage is in trouble, after it's too late to do anything about it?
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