Hi, looking for ways to deal with the end of an affair. Yes, I was the one having the affair, not my husband. Been married over 15 years and ran into an old flame 20 months ago. He is married too, and within a few weeks of meeting after not seeing one another for 18 years, the affair had begun and ended badly about 6 weeks ago. Had a breakdown in communication between the 2 of us, and now it's over. Neither one of our spouses know about our affair and I am in counseling now trying to determine if I am going to try to fix my marriage. I know what I did was wrong, but at this point I just need to talk to someone who has experienced the pain and loss that I feel right now. I know time heals and all, and my head knows it over, but my heart isn't even close to realizing that...trying to stay busy, exercising to help with the stress, and like I said in counseling...any other tips???
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