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At first the continuous phone calls were what I expected.I can honestly understand her world being shattered since he has always stayed committed to their marriage regardless of the trials they went through.I would have to describe our falling in Love similar to what it must have been like back when you didn’t have a physical relationship with someone until after you were married. Talking about what mistakes we’ve made in relationships, what we would have done differently, and what our dreams of a strong relationship should be.We exchanged I love you’s after three months, having only held hands a few times and two simple kisses. We both realized we’d found something unique and something we’d both thought wasn’t possible.(There are fidelity issues going back to when they were first engaged, to after they were married.There are two other reasons for his wanting to leave their marriage but I don’t feel comfortable sharing that).He said that he was just beginning what would be a very difficult year to 18 month, but he very much wanted to have a life with me and hoped that I would stick it out.As he moved forward through the divorce process his wife swung from extremely despondent, saying she “didn’t want to live without him” or saying her son “wasn’t enough to keep her on earth”, to anger filled phone calls about what an SOB he was for ruining her life.
He does not have children but raised his wife’s only son from her first marriage since he was four. He is a very strong willed man and not one that can be lead astray from what he believes to be right or wrong.
When we first met he was very open with me about his marital situation.
Hi Christie I’m 44, never been married and have never had children.
I’m involved with a man that has filed for divorce but has yet to finalize it.
He was married for 23 years when he decided to file for divorce.
Several years before I came into his life he questioned why he was still married.