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[QUOTE=Reece2007;3041913]The main thing that i wanted to get accross to her, my biggest fear is not her running off with someone else, the fear is that we do split and both move on and then she realses that she has made a mistake, i wont be able to rewind and just take her back. what to do, what to do... i suppose i have to keep the faith and just suppot her and love her and let her know i am there...[/QUOTE]

[FONT="Comic Sans MS"][COLOR="DarkOrchid"]Hey, [COLOR="Magenta"]Reece2007[/COLOR] :wave: I'm so sorry to hear about your situation, man :( What you said above resonates with me. When my ex first told me that she was having doubts about our relationship, but that she didn't know for sure that she wanted to leave, I told her that she needed to be sure because there was no going back if somebody else got involved. Well, then I found out she had cheated on me anyway, but I still found myself thinking how tragic it would be if she eventually called me one day to say "I still have feelings for you", and we couldn't put things back the (fantastic) way they were. The main reason why I had this fear was because I know that my ex's previous relationship first ended when she cheated on her ex; he then took her back but the trust was gone and so, therefore, was the love.

I am worried for your marriage because I can't believe that your wife has fallen out of love with you without there being another man involved. I don't want to upset you but realistically I think things must be more serious than just friendship between your wife and this bloke you speak of. It is honourable of your wife to be up front about her feelings and to admit that her feelings towards you have changed, but you deserve to know the full story. My ex came out with all the rubbish about how I was a "perfect boyfriend" and it was just her who had changed, but I know that things would have been okay if the guy she cheated with hadn't been on the scene. And the worst part is, as far as I know, he isn't interested in her now that she's single.

Like you say, talking to the counsellor might be helpful, but right now you need to talk to your wife. Eight years of commitment deserves the truth to come out.[/COLOR][/FONT]

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