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13h ago

Hi all, I've been reading all your mail but has never been part of it.

My dilema: I have a good husband who loves me and does try to please me in every possible way he can, but the problem is I suspect that I got involved with him on a rebound.
Don't get me wrong, when we first met, I knew I wanted to make it work "till death do us part", but now... I don't know.

Should I stay because I'm comfortable with him or do I leave because I'm cheating him in giving him the love that he deserves.
A relationship is a complex issue because now there are kids involved, but at the same time I've been cheating on him.

Please advice.
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01 Jan 0001

Curious that nobody amongst our other readers has bothered to respond to this mesage. I don't quite understand your rather interesting question. Whether or not you became involved in the rebound, is hardly relevant any more ( too late to avoid rebounding ) --- he sounds as loving as you could wish for --- to you not love him ? Or has this changed ? Or do you simply respect that, had you met someone else, under different circumstances, you might have been even hap[pier and feel more in love ? Wouldn't marriage counselling be a good idea for both of you ? To understand yourselves and each other bgetter, and see what can be worked out ?
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