I had an affair 10 years ago and ended up with the man involved. I came from a divorced family whose parents had affairs, dad during his marriage to mum and mum after the divorce. My sister also left her partner of 13 years for another woman who is an ex con and addict. I left him for a year while he tried to work out his marital problems. She had had an affair herself during their marriage, although she denies it. She told her girls who were 12 and 14 at the time. While they have forgiven me and their dad, I still feel a huge weight of guilt over it because of how their lives were affected. I have been on the verge of leaving my husband several times because of my OWN guilt. Yet he is a total opposite with me than he was with his ex. He was never abusive, she claimed he was. He has never hurt me, controlled me or verbally been abusive. How do you stop feeling like it was all your fault? They had severe marriage problems, he was the breadwinner while she stayed at home. He supported her in whatever she did, yet she said he controlled her. The girls are getting closer to me, I tell them I love them and will always be there for them. They know this, and accept me. Am I a terrible person?
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