I would like you to answer this as if you were talking to my husband.He is struggling with everything he is doing at the moment.Heisd extremely depressed and cries a lot.Not normal behaviour for someone who has left his wife and kids for a happier life with ow.He doesnt live with ow and doesnt see her that often and is very much a part of our childrens lives .Coming to see them virtaully every day.However he doesnt seem to be able to understand that the feelings he has are fanatasy and nothing more and what is important is his family.He will get over her and we can work things out.Everyone has told me what he is doing is unimaginable,maybe if he hears it from others who have been on both sides of infidelty and come through,it might make him understand.He has nonone who has beeen through this to talk to.I thought constuctive advice for him would help him come to terms with the enormity of what he is doing before its too late.I am moving on with my life now and he is going to loose everything.thanks jo
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