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Old 08-15-2012, 08:34 PM
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My actual advice would be to practice trust, honesty, humility, and compassion. Seek to be a better you, rather than compete to be like someone else. Trust your husband's words that he wants to be with you. Seek professional counseling. And have a heart for your husband's girlfriend; it is the ethical thing to do.

I keep having a little bit more to say, but I think I've said most of it. I agree that this thread has been a rough ride. I feel sorry for all three persons in the situation, but like I said, I feel the worst for the husband's girlfriend. I wouldn't know what to tell her other than to set a timetable, and run for the hills when the time's up.

It's sad to read of such things.
Kevin
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