My husband of 40 years who hasn't touched me in over a year has a crush on a woman young enough to be his daughter. He is sending her e-mails secretly which I found out about and then when I confronted him he said they were just friends. I said fine and then I found out every e-mail he sends her or receives from her he was deleting. Why would he be trying to hide them if they are just friends. Then he flat out told me he was going to be friends with her no matter what I thought. Now keep in mind he is adamant that nothing is going on. He has always been a very controlling person and I have been wrongly accused many times of being interested in another man. I am devastated about this and need someone to help me. A few months back when things got really bad I said I wanted a divorce and he said we couldn't afford to do that. Now I have to figure out how to go about my life living with someone who "says' he has no sex drive but he can have a little crush on some young woman. Can I do it? It makes my self esteem go in the toilet. I am now working very hard to lose the extra weight I carry, then I will regain some of my self confidence and maybe I can find me a little crush. I hate the way this is making me feel I am really not like this...can anyone help???
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