I have broken it off with the married boyfriend over a week ago now. For what it\'s worth, I love this man and still do...Love from the heart doesn\'t just get up and leave. I cry every day, but working on getting stronger. I know both in my heart and mind I needed to end this...I was making myself sick and destroying my soul. I called him one time after 1 week passed....he was distant to me...I had also sent him a couple of emails to which he never responded...obviously, I made a poor judgement decision. It\'s very hard for me to accept that fact that he could be so caring when he was with me, and telling me he loved me, and that no matter what, he wanted to keep our friendship, and then to act like I don\'t exist or that we shared any feelings when I did make the first move for contact. This hurts worse than anything, because I truly believed he cared...so then why can\'t he just be honest and tell me he wants to put this behind? I made the decision to break up with him, and he indicated in many ways that he did not want to break up. I told him he needed his family and I needed more than what he was able to give me. It was harder than divorcing my husband (which was not done for the boyfriend). I was the stronger one here in this relationship...why do I now feel like he is treating me like crap? How can anyone spend caring, loving, intimate moments with passion, love and friendship, and then act non-exsistent? I tried to do the right thing by letting him go.....I guess I will never know the answers here.....
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