I know I will get killed for this, but I am the other woman. I wanted nothing to do with him, he did everything in his power to be "my friend". And we did share a great friendship. He told me everything that was wrong in his marriage, that it couldnt be fixed, I even suggested things to do to fix it. For 3 years he told me I was his best friend, he said he loved his wife, but there was no "connection" no affection, no loving feeling, although the shared a mutual respect and friendship. I told him I wanted out, to make it easier for him to move on with his wife, he got angry..Then he conveniently left his cell phone on the counter and she found a text message, it wasnt even a racy one, and the next day, he told me he couldnt see me anymore, HAD to keep his family together, not WANTED to, but HAD to..said he told his wife he loved me and always will, and she said she wanted to try and make it work, so he figures that shows some level of devotion. He made himself so sick he was hospitalized 3 times in 6 weeks. Now I see the damage I did because I believed him, thought he couldnt fix things and at the first sign of trouble, he decides he can. I would love to hear from the men who do these things, I am brave enough to step forward I wish they would too. How can you tell someone that you share a connection that you never shared with anyone, introduce your kids, and meet her family, and even do work for her family, and be such a coward? I know I am to blame for being so stupid and complicit what about you men?
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