But I came to know that she was having a parallel relationship with her college boy friend
Visitor's Question from a 21-30 year old Male
I am seeking advice with a heavy heart of being cheated by my girl friend. I would like to tel you about me as well as my girlfirend. I'am a working executive 23 yrs old and she's 35 yrs old married having 2 kids and working in a school. I met her and fell in love before 10 months. I love her morethan anything in this world and sacrificed a lot of things for our relatio. Indeed we had sex for several times and we loved each other very much. But I came to know that she was having a parallel relationship with her college boy friend; I tracked this thru ther mails as I know her passwords. I caught her like this thrice and all those times she wa saying that her relation with him is only a friendship. I believed her and tried to convince myself as I love her that much. But 2 days before I again came to know that she's still holding that relation and the hot topic thay discus is sex. I wa heavily heart broken coz I never thought she will do like this to me as she always said I was the best man she hadeverfound in this world and always keeps me hot with her love. But now I am feeling very bad and I dont know what to do. I ahvent told abou this to her. Actually I dont want to loose here, coz I love her that much eventhough it was an extra marital affair for her... I want her as my own from her xboyfirend's hand. Please help me, I cant even concentrate on my work even in my life too.Please help me
I am sorry you are in this sad situation.
Certainly you know that it isn't right to have an affair with a married woman with two children. Are you willing to marry her? Have you discussed it with her? This might be a key to the solution.
You don't know for sure that she is having sex with the old friend, do you? Perhaps it is just talk. You should ask her again about the old friend and ask her if she talks about sex with him. If she denies it, you can tell her you know better and ask her to stop.
If none of this works, you either have to move on or continue on with a bad situation. I wish you the best.
-- from George
One of Your Friendly Advisors at RomanceClass.com