I was wondering if anyone could offer some insight or advice with an issue I'm trying to work past. Recently when talking to my wife about her affair I asked her how she felt after the first time "they" were together and she told me that she asked him "if what they had just done meant she did not love me" and he told her "of course not", but later told her that he lied to her that if she really loved me she would not have been with him. After that she said she felt guilty everytime they were together. I just dont understand how when you know something your doing is wrong and you experience guilt over it why would you keep doing it ? Infact her guilt over this was so great she almost died a year ago when she suffered a seizure due to the interactions of prescribed meds she was taking to try to cope with her emotions. Yet after her recovery she resumed the affair.
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