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I am 28 years old and have known my husband since I was I met a man who showed interest in me in Jan of One day, I reconnected with this man and gave him my. The next day, he called. We started out just getting to know one another.
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I started to fall in love with this man, knowing it was wrong. Been with his wife since they were very young and married 14 years now. We both tried to stop but neither one of us could stand to be apart. In April ofthis became sexual. It felt so natural and comfortable to be with him.
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Just to be around him made me tingle. The day he told me he was in love with me, I was ecstatic because I loved him too, or I think I do, more than I had ever loved. His wife found out. He called me at 6 in the morning and said she knows.
He said he needs time to figure things out. I was so confused, but told him whatever it took, I would be there for him.
He tells me thank you for giving him time to figure himself out. That was 6 weeks ago. I just want to talk to him. I feel so guilty because my husband is a good man and dad and provider.
Romantic love vs. true love
I truly think if I would have never met this other man I would have never second-guessed my marriage. But now I do. This is affecting every aspect of my life — work, home, friends, family, and my marriage. I just have been going through the motions of life. Everyday, I think of him. I even dream of him. I have begged God to take him out of my head so that I can get my feelings back for my husband. Please help! Please help, I am dying inside. I am consumed by this. Thank you for the opportunity to serve. After reading yourI felt so much compassion for where you are right now.
But I also must compliment you. Work, home, friends, family, and my marriage.
Going through the motions, faking it until you make it, smiling on the outside even when your heart is breaking on the inside, are all s of a survivor. It knows the feelings you feel are inappropriate, selfish, and unfair to the man at home.
It knows all this. The heart is a magical place, and it loves like — without rules, judgment, or regard to consequences. The heart wants what it wants. And it never questions what it feels. On one hand, you want to be a good wife. And that would mean loving your husband with the same intensity as you love this other man. But on the other hand, you want to feel good, and to be with the one who makes you feel this good. These words bring up a red flag. Romantic love is what keeps the record industry, the romance novel industry, the movie industry and the greeting card industry in business.
Romantic love is like a hunger that obeys no appetite but its own.
The feeling is intense. Being with the object of your desire thrills you like nothing else can. I cant stop thinking about him. As long as I have himI know I can handle anything. I would do whatever it takes to have him.
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But actually, these are quotes from drug addicts going through rehab. Your head is in the clouds. This means your emotions are clouding your judgment, suppressing your logical mind, and shrouding you in a trance. Eventually, it passes, but the first step to overcoming it is to first see it for what it is. So, back to the question: When is it more than a feeling? When is it true love?
Rather than tearing you apart — dividing your head and heart — when you decide to truly love, it unites your head and heart. It empowers you. It gives you purpose and self-respect.
This means if you ever loved your husband, you can know that feeling again. You can reawaken the passion, romance, playfulness, and sincerity of heart within your marriage. It helps to remember that true love is a decision — not a feeling that overwhelms you. True love comes out of r elationship built on trust, honesty, respect and acceptance. When both people have opened their hearts, minds and souls to each other, what they discover reflected in there… is true love.
A journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step. Your first step is to make a simple yet powerful decision — decide to exit that extra-marital relationship gracefully. Decide you will not cling, stalk,beg, or bargain your way out.
But rather, you will simply get up and close that door. Letting go is a process. You must practice day by day, minute by minute, the letting go of the dreams, thoughts, fantasies, wishes, and yearning for the other man.
This means, transfer ALL your energy, attention and affection to your husband! But love is patient. And when the child comes back, he or she experiences the thrill of rediscovering the love which was always there.
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