I know his wife very well too. I m fail in life. If a man wants a divorce he will get it, if he wants to be free he will be free period. That and being lonely all the time is the hardest part for me. This woman took 90% of his entire lifetime work and assets, she forced him to agree to pay alimony for the rest of his life to her, she stripped him and left him with nothing, yet he still holds her on a pedestal. He now happily introduces his new girlfriend to his college buddies, etc. I felt his living situation was a little odd and did not see him again for months.
I'm trying not to bc I don't want to become a third person. I have great support from family and friends, however after 10 months of my wife passing I wanted to alleviated them from thinking that hey need to me keep busy. I'm not opposed to seeing other men, but I haven't run across anyone who interest me or who were interested in me either I guess. The man that I am in love with is actually my ex boyfriend from 30 years ago. A widower would accept this from a widow and vice versa.
Did he want the separation as well? I only want to see him happy, even if it breaks my heart. I truly wish you luck. But now I meant absolutely nothing to him and this was my fault. I met someone recently who has been separated from their ex for several months. The sad thing is that I still miss him and care about him but I know it'll get worse if I stayed any longer. This does not make her not a mother nor a grandmother. I let him take me home, no thoughts of anything in the future.
He has no business jumping into a relationship with you or anyone else and, if you proceed knowing full well his history, shame on you. I feel left behind and lonely every time he comes home to his family, but at the same time I feel guilty if he spend more time or money with me than his family. Even if friends and family support what your doing, they are really talking behind your back. He may be telling you that their marriage has been dead for years, that she is evil and psychotic and crazy, that he was ready to move on for years, that they never had sex anymore, blah blah blah. To this day she continyes to flirt with my partner and then become enraged if he mentions my name. I have no interest in interfering in his family at all, well if you want to criticize what I want to do I have to say I am a human and thus should be allowed to follow my heart sometime.
The are very close and comfortable, but he never spent any extra time with him, just the minimum time in their agreement. He would stay over on the weekends only. All men loved to feel aand be wanted. N this has been going on for the past 6 yrs. I never married a man because of his looks or anything he had. You did the right thing, and left on good terms with the door open if he chooses to pursue.
I will add to my respond. We have made love on beaches, in the mountains, airplanes, elevators, cars, in the house when i was still living there, in my bedroom, his office, even his work office, nude resorts, chalets, and it goes on and on. I developed post traumatic stress disorder, my nerves are shatter. I know it feels amazing having a sweet man, but he comes with a heavy package. Men are usually ready to move on if their spouse are ill. I know what I need to do for myself now.
Last year he proposed to me and we are planning to get married in aug, 2018. Otherwise, you will find yourself rejected by your married lover and you will be left alone. It was when Barry's mother-in-law Jan's mother encouraged Barry to move on with his life that, while shocking to him initially, was also a relief and got him thinking about opening the door to a new partner. I do wish you the best. So I stopped answering his text.
Well if he's a cheater, he's also a liar. They had the 5 more kids that he always demanded that he wanted then Karma moved in on her like she moved in on my husband and he cut them all loose before any of the kids were even teenagers. After a few days i went back and her pic was still there. These days I don't mind paying for dates and I rarely ask for money from him. He seems to fill your void other than your need for solitude.