My wife has been involved in an emotional affair with someone 12 years younger than her for the past 6 months. She of course denies it and says that they are \"just friends\". I truly believe there has been nothing physical YET. However there is a huge and innapropriate emotional bond that exists, but she doesnt admit to it. She lost her father last year and has behaved quite reckless ever since. I have always been there for her and supported her through his sickness and passing. Se has had some medical problems and i have always been there for her. I take care of the house, our daughter, and recently spent all my vacation time in 2006 to set up a small business for her so that she could quit her job. I am unselfish and do everything for her, which i guess is a mistake. This guy is a frind of ours and helped setup the business, an ice cream stand. They began hanging out after the shop closed for hours just talking. She said he helped her grieve her father as he was so easy to talk to and understood her. They then started going out to bars, doing laundry together, shopping, text messages, phone calls, and most recently hanging out at his apartment for hours. She tells me everytime they are together and insinsts just friends and he makes her feel happy and helps in her healing from her father\'s death. I addresed the concern I had with him and he swore he would never do anything to hurt our family, and said they are just friends. I unselfishly let this relationshaip continue as it has helped her overcome her depression and she does seem much happier. One simple question to you all......AM I THE FOOL????
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