It has been six weeks since my wife's seven and a half year affair has been revealed. She says she doesn't want to be with him anymore, but she doesn't know what she wants for our marriage. She has so much guilt and says she has caused so much damage that she doesn't know what to do yet. It is hurting me everyday to live in our house together. I get nothing from her. The only time she tells me she loves me is when we have deep emotional conversations. Outside of that their is no emotion and she doesn't touch me. She won't take my hand or put her arm around me. I'm beginning to think that it might be time to move on. Last night she told me that I have to stop dwelling on things that make me feel bad. She also said that no matter what happens, I have to get on with my life. For once I think she has told me something that I can use. I can't be the one who files for divorce because of my beliefs. But I think it's time for me to move on and meet someone else. Maybe someone will appreciate what I have to offer. I would appreciate any advice you all could give, because I respect all of you. This support group has helped me so much.
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