hi Jacker44 im new on here i was reading your thread,i get questions like this every day as i work for a living as a professional psychic, there are so many people out there that lose themselves because of how loyal they stick by with their marriage that is not working out and yet they meet someone new in the mean time that gives them their confidence back makes them feel wanted again makes them feel like 16 i understand completely how you feel,everything happens for a reason i am a big believer in fate you just need to find you again, dont feel bad for the feelings you have its easy for anyone to say dont do this or that because your married but i think your husband doesnt give you the respect or love you want and it takes two to make a marriage last you have given up a big chunk of your life for this marriage and now it is time to live once again,he doesnt deserve you if he is a cheater,dont be scared to take chances either because you will always end up looking back and wondering. as for this guy you will be wondering what his thoughts and feelings are of you? what does he want and think about it all? this is what you need to find out in time take everything a step at a time, and be sure you want this, you will be happy again.
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I really appreciate your reply. No kids involved. We both have children but not together and they are grown; out of the house on their own and doing wonderfully.
Of course, there is so much more to the story but too complicated to put into words.
One reason I've stayed is because of health issues. My health isn't the best and that's where my spouse has been able to help, which is a huge positive. But when I say he's been able to help, I mean "financially". Emotionally, no.
She is very self centered. She's changed a lot since we became married. A lot of truths came out after we got married. It's very confusing. I don't want a divorce but I also don't want to continue living like I feel; a lone, no conversations, no emotions, etc... All of this has nothing to do with the "crush" I had in school. All of these problems have been going on way before I bumped into her. And, I would not jump from one relationship to another. But I have to admit, running into my former crush made me feel a live and how I miss looking forward to conversation and having emotions.
Thank you for your words.
My spouse has cheated, lied - you name it.
I don't want a divorce but I also don't want to continue living like I feel; a lone, no conversations, no emotions, etc... All of this has nothing to do with the "crush" I had in school.
I have to admit, running into my former crush made me feel a live and how I miss looking forward to conversation and having emotions.