How do you find peace and healing when the OW won't let go? She is still coming in to the bar when he is working, although he did give his notice, and this is his last weekend. Every time I have to see her it's like rubbing salt in an open wound. I hate having to be in the same room as this slut who still thinks she has the right to my family and my husband. STILL her mother and the other older woman are encouraging her. They sat there last Sat until closing, she even called her mom down so they could all sit together, then she made this big scene, saying "my days of being stupid are over" and then she stormed out, I thought "thank God", but it only lasted 10 minutes, then she was back again. I can't imagine not being there, but it just kills me inside to do it, and now this weekend is coming up and I'll have to do it again. His sister was supposed to come with me last Sat, but backed out at the last minute, so I ended up sitting there alone with this crap for most of the night, while they sat 10 ft from me laughing and joking like the whole thing is some perverse joke. I just wanted to punch the crap out of all of them, the rage I feel at people who not only hurt me, but hurt my children and think nothing of continueing to do it. My husband clearly underestimated what kind of person she is, she thinks if she keeps it up, she'll cause a problem between us and I'll kick him out and he'll run to her....I thought I could keep this up with some kind of sanity, but the absurdity of it all is getting to me.
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