Okay, Anon_238121, I will tell you the truth end this relationship and move on. If he would cheat on his wife with you; what will he do to you once your together? This guy is enjoying the best of both worlds, a wife and a mistress. Stop fooling yourself, kid! Five years of your life has been invested in a fanasty that you let this guy create for you. Do you want to wake up ten, twenty or even thirty years from now, regreting what you could have had by staying in this destructive relationship? You know deep in your heart you know that he will never leave his wife that is a investment for him your just excitement on the side. Make a clean broke, no calls, no texts, no nothing take time to nuture yourself then start re-establishing friendships, family relationships and start going out in the world. There are hobbies, events and places you have wanted to experience but you invested that time in a relationship, as you called itthat has taen you no where fast. It's time to start a new chapter for yourself. If your still thinking that he is the one, remember that you can do bad all by yourself. You just invested yourself in a situation that was based on borrow time, stolen money and another's loving. Get your act together so you can have all of the next guy's time, invested in you, and all of his love centered on you.View Thread
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