I found proof (this) Christmas afternoon that my husband had a mistress. After being suspicious for 2 months. He kept turning it on me and making me feel guilty for not trusting him. He looked me in the face and told me that I was the only love of his life, his one true love. That there was nobody else for him. We have been together for 17 and 1/2 years. All my adult life I have been married to him. Then on Christmas, with the proof, he admitted that he was in her love with her as well. I can\'t stop crying. I have 2 girls and need to be strong. This is so painful. I hate him and love him at the same time. I feel like there is a war going on inside me. The other night I even asked God to let me die. Then I thought about my kids. I need some advise, please. How do I survive without having a nervous breakdown?
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