Hi Friends. For those of you who know me, you'll know that I've been transitioning out of the infidelity website and haven't been around here much lately. I have decided to divorce and have been in a fairly good place since then. All of a sudden, WHAM!, I'm back. Got a call yesterday from a woman telling me that she's been dating my H for the past 2to3 months. It's been 7 months since the discovery of his original affair, 3 weeks since I asked for a divorce. He has recently come on here looking for support to "win" me back. All the while, he's been sleeping with his new girlfriend whom he told he was divorced. I am back to square one and wondering how this man who has seen the pain he has put our family through, can do it again so easily. It's very cruel and painful. I don't know how long to expect to recover from this new trauma and I'm wondering if anyone has any words of wisdom or even just support for me. I am currently looking for work, and I can't be in this frame of mind and expect to be able to work and support my kids. BTW, my H is rickthefool.
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