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Old 2nd September 2016, 7:56 AM   #31
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Well, you sure took that in stride... This is blowing my mind. Are you just keeping a stiff upper lip or are you really that detached? Is "maybe her wandering days are over" just conjecture? Whether it happened, you just shrug and just go on from here?
This is just my point.

I've really "lost the plot" on this one
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Old 2nd September 2016, 8:15 AM   #32
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Op if you care so little why haven't you gone and done the same thing I wonder? You know full well if she has been wondering for 25+ years, she won't stop until you stop her! If you choose not to stop her at least open up the marriage for yourself or something. If you like the idea of her with other men, at least get involved and get something out of all this. It's perfectly fine if that is your fetish. You seemed surprised that we all agree she has been cheating, yet someone in your life flat out told you what was going on.

How can you have like no emotion with all this? You are like Data from star trek.
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Old 2nd September 2016, 8:31 AM   #33
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"the denial is strong with this one."

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Old 2nd September 2016, 8:48 AM   #34
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Well I guess I need to reassess my current situation. Having said that, maybe her wandering days are over and we will be able to live out the rest of our lives comfortably.
She sure is good at covering though. I am very good friends with my buddy's wife, so maybe I should set up a coffee with her and see what she thinks. She is well awsre that her husband has been cheating with many different women since she married him.
She has taken him back more than a couple times, but then she catches him again, so maybe she can shed some light on the situation.
Thanks very much for your comments so far, never had so many people tell me that my concerns may have some validity.

Good idea ask what the she (the buddy's wife) knows and who else knows.


Ask that woman at the marina that told you about the affair what she knows and who else knows.


Ask that male friend that said you were na´ve all those years ago and who else knows about your WW's past.


Once all that info is in do not tell WW. Comeback and from a plan to confront her.


Then you will need to finish up with a polygraph test for your WW after the confrontation.

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Old 2nd September 2016, 8:52 AM   #35
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Are you serious? I mean, come on! You post on a subforum titled infidelity and say that your wife got pregnant and then had an abortion and you had not had sex with her during a time when it could have made you the father and someone you know said she was having an affair.

Now, you calmly say that maybe her wandering days are behind her and all will be good, if she was cheating.

I know denial, but NO ONE can be that deep in it. I ask again, are you serious?

When a wife becomes pregnant and elects to have an abortion, the conversation is far more in depth than what you described. In a healthy relationship, the husband does not accidentally find out about the pregnancy. The abortion usually has more discussion, even though it is still going to happen. I'm not sure how long ago or what country this is in, but doctors usually did not leave that information on answering machines or disclose to folks other than the patient. It's usually, "please give us a call."

Really?!
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Old 2nd September 2016, 8:53 AM   #36
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So that is a good question. I guess I am here because there is no one else I can bounce these question off of, because every one I know also knows my wife.
Yet even a few of those people have told you she is cheating or out of the blue that you are naive. Bet if you ask around with those friends more of them will tell you "yeah she's been cheating on you for years and years" sure seems like she isn't really hiding it that much.
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Old 2nd September 2016, 9:03 AM   #37
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Wow, I can't believe how many of you seem to agree that my wife actually has been unfaithful. Out of the blue one of the guys in our group who actually new my wife before I met her told me that "I was naive".
Our life today is good, a couple months ago she moved into a seperate bedroom because I snore. She still slios into bed with me once a week for some great sex.
I have checked all known mail and i set her phone up and know exactly what is on it. And there is absolutly no smoking gun.
This is why I question myself and think that perhaps I have mistakenly put actions together and my delusion is that I think my wife has cheated, when she really hasn't.
It is a strange life I seem to lead.
Are you guys really convinced that she has been unfaithfull or is that the conclusion you have drawn based on my interpretation of my circumstance?
Dude, forget about what we think, the lady you hung out with told you "they are having and affair" and your other friend called you "naive". Perhaps you should ask them what they mean and what they have seen.
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Jay, Is this a real thread...

Are you really saying that, below in bold???

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Well I guess I need to reassess my current situation. Having said that, maybe her wandering days are over and we will be able to live out the rest of our lives comfortably.
She sure is good at covering though. I am very good friends with my buddy's wife, so maybe I should set up a coffee with her and see what she thinks. She is well awsre that her husband has been cheating with many different women since she married him.
She has taken him back more than a couple times, but then she catches him again, so maybe she can shed some light on the situation.
Thanks very much for your comments so far, never had so many people tell me that my concerns may have some validity.
No she is not good at hiding it. You just caught her out with your buddy, and the chick told you she was having an affair. You have caught her several times!!!

What makes you think for a second that she will stop sleeping around?

Could you really be a "Blind" to all this as you say you are?
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Old 2nd September 2016, 9:51 AM   #39
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It's maybe a combination of not wanting to really believe it along with losing half of everything in a divorce plus paying alimony.
Currently I have a comfortable life with sex weekly and no current wandering happening.
If I was to suddenly start the process of digging everything up and confronting her, life could be less desirable.
Anuone here have a cheating spouse that they are still living with, and if so, how satisfying is the relationship?
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Old 2nd September 2016, 10:04 AM   #40
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I wonder how many people dream of having a spouse like Jay?

He would be the ultimate provider and beta boy for a WS. You could screw everyone in town and not even try to hide it and he would look the other way because he doesn't want to lose the Lazy Boy.

In many ways he is just as selfish and self serving as she is. He is only concerned about his own comforts and ease of lifestyle.
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It's maybe a combination of not wanting to really believe it along with losing half of everything in a divorce plus paying alimony.
Currently I have a comfortable life with sex weekly and no current wandering happening.
If I was to suddenly start the process of digging everything up and confronting her, life could be less desirable.
Anuone here have a cheating spouse that they are still living with, and if so, how satisfying is the relationship?
Wow, I just hope sitting in your home looking at all your stuff waiting for your wife to get home doesn't become the highlight of your day. Seriously, wow.
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Old 2nd September 2016, 10:24 AM   #42
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It's maybe a combination of not wanting to really believe it along with losing half of everything in a divorce plus paying alimony.
Currently I have a comfortable life with sex weekly and no current wandering happening.
If I was to suddenly start the process of digging everything up and confronting her, life could be less desirable.
Anuone here have a cheating spouse that they are still living with, and if so, how satisfying is the relationship?
Bro who cares how satisfying others relationships are in relation to your own? How satisfying is it knowing you have sex with someone who has sex with others? Ever thought of this? she very well could have blown a guy then came home and kissed you on the lips! How satisfying and comforting is that thought to you? If you are fine with it, that is OK. But then I gotta ask, why are you here again?
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Ignorance is bliss right? As long as OP is cool with it, I hope the mental gymnastics work. Being that OP has made it clear he won't divorce, I don't blame him. I would not want to know if I had no intentions of leaving. Staying with that knowledge would be unbearable.
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Old 2nd September 2016, 10:33 AM   #44
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It's maybe a combination of not wanting to really believe it along with losing half of everything in a divorce plus paying alimony.
Currently I have a comfortable life with sex weekly and no current wandering happening.
If I was to suddenly start the process of digging everything up and confronting her, life could be less desirable.
Anuone here have a cheating spouse that they are still living with, and if so, how satisfying is the relationship?
I had a cheating spouse who I will lived with and IT WAS HORRIBLE.

Listen, to each his own. If you are satisfied with once weekly sex and a good home life...and don't care what your wife does as long as you stay comfortable....then that's up to you. Some people do live like that and there's nothing wrong with it if that's what you choose.
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Ignorance is bliss right? As long as OP is cool with it, I hope the mental gymnastics work. Being that OP has made it clear he won't divorce, I don't blame him. I would not want to know if I had no intentions of leaving. Staying with that knowledge would be unbearable.
Apparently not (unbearable).

Just let me get this straight: A page or two ago, as long as she's not currently wandering, OP's totally cool with it. And so now, the question has simply changed to "how satisfying is the relationship?" for those with a cheating spouse that they are still living with - right, OP?
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