I do not really know if my partner is having an affair. His work has been taking him away from home for the past 25 years.He is at home at times but constantly on the cell phone.Thereafter he is too tired to even speak or interact with me. He hardly spends time socializing or interacting with myself and even the children. The children are grown now and has told me to do what will bring me happiness, joy and fulfillment in my life.We have grown apart. If I mention his absence or lack of interaction,it leads to violent arguments. I have been very lonely and sad and has filled my days by studying or burying myself in my work.When I recently confronted him if he there was another women in his life, he did not answer me.Our sex life has been non existent for many years. He told me that we are living as brother and sister and that he has only been tolerating me. What is happening ? I need to move on. I have confronted him because he said we must move on,our separate ways.. When I indicate that it is fine he tries to be at home every evening. I am alone most of the time. When I started creating a social life with friends and travel to fill my days, he suddenly takes notice that I am not sitting at home waiting for him.He is basically living a separate life from me. I need advise.View Thread
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