I need advice please I’m so depressed right now

by James
(Uganda )

My name is James. I have a wife that likes to nag and she does not respect me out of that I tried to cheat and she caught me we starting having issue every day so there was a day she pack her bag saying she was leaving she started throwing abusive word at me out of anger I tear her cloth strip her naked whereby she was only having a pant she ran inside to get a knife she throw the knife at me but I wave it she ran inside again then I went and meet her inside the house she was with another knife she stab me 3 good times the landlady called police and she was arrested. i tell the police to leave her she beg me I deep inside me I want to forgive her up till now she still used abusive word she keep marleys with me and she has 3 son one of them

Was for her first husband so the other 2 are mine financially I do everything she does not give me credit for taking her own son as mine I feel she is ungrateful can I forgive such woman or I should just let her go ?

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