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Unfaithful

by Linda
(Pretoria, South Africa)

Husband had an affair for 3 months, now claims he did not enjoy it and felt sorry for the other women. All the love messages was just to let her feel better about herself? Why then? Don’t know if I should believe or is just this more lies to the ones I discovered already?

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Feb 07, 2019
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by: Anonymous

You should sort it out with him. He may be genuinely sorry and discovered the grass is not green on the other side. Even if it requires forbearance. Divorce and all that ensues is a nightmare you do not want. Believe me. All the best and hang on to your marriage.

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