I told my husband Sunday that I know about the OW and what he's been doing. I also told him I filed for divorce based on adultery. He was reserved and didn't say much. I talked/cried for about 3 hours. Towards the end he cried a bit and said he was sorry. I said what I can't understand is that he knows what he's doing is wrong but he continues to do it any way. He said he has nowhere else to go and that I wasn't giving him any choices. Monday he called all defensive about our finances and I cried. We talked about us as well for an hour and at the end of the conversation when I thought I hung up I heard him ball hysterically. I listened. It sounded like my cries. "I can't do this... Why did I do this.... It was for nothing.... I have nothing..." I enjoyed hearing his pain. It was the first time I felt like he had remorse. Don't get me wrong I know he was at her house. I will never give him another chance. But it felt good. Is it sick of me to enjoy his pain. Should I mention hearing him? Do adulterers ever truly regret what they have done? Do they marry the OW more often or does it fizzle out? Thanks.
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