I was recently diagnosed with Rheumatoid Arthritis. It's pretty painful and I spend a lot of my day resting. I can't work. 3 months ago I found over 1,000 emails between my husband and his wh..."friend". Now, my husband has had many affairs since we've been married (26 yrs). He's always begged my forgiveness and I've always given it. I can't forgive him this time. This was the girl he broke up with shortly before he met me. I feel like I've been the fake wife all these years. I told him that we need to divorce and he said "well that would be great but we can't afford it, so let's just live in the same house and be friends." I can't believe I married this man, but he's right, with all the doctor appts. and meds. I'm going to need plus the fact that I have trouble opening a bottle of water sometimes, I really don't think I can live on my own. I'm so humiliated.
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