I have very strong evidence that my wife is having an affair. She won't admit to it, but does want to divorce. I understand why she is unhappy, and I honestly believe I've been a better husband. But the thing I struggle with the most is: Do I stay and continue to support her no matter what she does? (to me, this is the right thing on a spiritual level). Or do I try to end the pain more quickly, by filing for divorce? (I believe God wants me happy, but this conflicts with my first thought). Any suggestion besides "go to the bar and find someone to !@#$" would be greatly appreciated.
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