If you cannot deal with her living and sleeping with her husband, then you have to give this up. Nothing is going to change and if you can't handle it, you are going to suffer more and more. You either have to accept that your needs come third in this arrangement or you have to let it go. Consider changing your job as well.
I've been with a married woman for over a year. She and her husband have been separated for five years. She and her husband and her two adult children own a business together. She tells me she will never divorce her husband for financial reasons. She is a lovely lady and I have fallen for her. Do I have a future with her?
I am in love with a married woman. We've known each other for about 10 years. We had some romantic nights before she got married. After she got married I left her alone, but when I saw her again after a year, all the feelings came back for both of us. She is not happy in her marriage and we both want to be together. She also has a child and she is scared the child is going to get hurt the most.The child is still very young - about 3 years old. What should I do?
I fell in love with a married woman. She said that she loved me a lot and even if I leave her she woudn't leave me. Suddenly she disappeared.”I'd only leave you for your own protection,” she said. I tried to contact her but she was really nasty to me. I don’t know how the limitless love suddenly turns to hate. What do I do?
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