She has left him. Perhaps she has her own reasons for not getting divorced. It could be something to do with securing the children's future. Who knows? Maybe he will divorce her soon enough.
I have been in a relationship with a married woman for nine months. I love her and she says she loves me too. The relationship is physical. She has been married for 14 years. She tells me there is no more love at home - she and her husband tolerate each other because of the three children. And she still sleeps next to him. Can I trust that there is no love between them? And that she will divorce him as she has told me?
I've been involved with a married woman for about 3 years now. I tried to end it once and went back to her. The second time I had decided to walk away and she told me to give her a year for her to sort things out so she can be with me. It's been 6 months and there's no sign of her leaving her husband. No lawyer for divorce and she hasn't even mentioned it to him. She says she's determined because she fell out of love with him. Do you think she will do what she said she is going to do?
I am a married man and I fell in love with a married woman. I am so deeply in love with her that I am ready to leave my wife and kid for her. And the same thing with her... She is saying that she will leave her family but on condition that I leave my family first. And she wants a baby from me now. What should I do?
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