A band of cheaters

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This is a bit complicated so please bear with me, i have been seeing a woman who had recently left her husband, (1 week) but we had been seeing each other before because there marriage was already over, she had given him 2 months to find a place etc. Anyway, she later found out he was cheating on her and said good luck to him and we started a bit stronger, nights over etc. Ive never been jealous before but couldnt help myself with her, and after a few weks she started saying she missed her husband and couldnt stand thought of him being with other woman. This made me more jealous and scared of losing her altogether, i even started questioning her when she had calls on her mobile in case it was him, as she said tho she had to keep in touch cos of kids. The weird thing is she was fine until she found out he'd cheated, i really think we couldve stayed together. Anyway, he came knocking her door one night when i was there, she asked me to go out back door to avoid a scene which i did and it turns out he stayed the night and theyre back together. I want her back really badly and she says she still loves me but wants to give her marriage another go. I dont know whats best, we still talk and i believe she loves me and that he'll hurt her again. Should i try and get her back or leave it for her to find out for herself that hes going to hurt her again, btw, this is 3rd time hes cheated on her that she knows about.

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I am sorry you are in this situation.
I have no further advice for you than that which was given to you last March whwen you wrote with basically the same problem. She has to make up her mind on what she is going to do. My advice to you is to lose her.

Good luck,

-- from George
One of Your Friendly Advisors at RomanceClass.com

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