the hard part that Im having is that my husband of 16 years has decided for the 1st time to be a daddy and the other part is that they are teenagers and he was having an affair right under mine and my childrens noses, hes sick, but he also wants me to get mad and tell the kids the affair hes having....im so lost and my feeling are so hurt I truly dont know how to handle this. Im trying to be the bigger parent but all I wanna do is run his name and his families name threw the mud, where it belongs... I hate divorce...View Thread
I am in the middle of a divorce and its not nice, my soon to be ex is trying to be the dad he has never been before and Im having the hardest time trying to be a chrisitian about all this. He left us on Valentines Day, went to a work related business trip for 2 days and I was the 1 as usual who had to help the kids with there emotions, so my question is how and when will I ever get to the point that I am not discusted by the look of his face and also how when the kids come home they had a good time and I feel like Im loosing control...Please if you have any advice!!!!!View Thread
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