Please take back your hateful wordshold my tearful face in your hand, and apologize for hurting me so deeply.
For two years I had been questioning whether you loved me as I felt so unloved — so much so that I occasionally asked if you were having an affair. And I felt you were avoiding me. I became ill, had panic attacks and anxiety.
Our children wondered why you were going out so much and not spending much time with me or with us as a family. But you carried on being selfish. Originally, when I confronted you about the texts on that awful day, you were adamant it had only been a one-night stand.
Although the familiarity in the tone of those texts did not ring true for just a one-night stand, when I asked you, yet again you reassured me.
Five minutes before we were due to go in for our session, you broke the devastating news that you had indeed been having an affair — for 18 months. My world fell apart. I was utterly distraught. You were my world — my friend, my only lover — and you had completely betrayed and hurt me to a degree beyond my comprehension.
You had also spent some of our family money on this woman and taken her away for weekends. You said you had purchased several bottles of wine every time you met her, as you put it, to help you "do the deed" as it was "just drunken sex".
You bought her flowers, a photographic memory book with pictures of you together and a necklace for her birthday. You took her away to several concerts, including the V festival.
And all that time you were lying to me about who you were seeing and what you were doing. I was so trusting. The woman is a work colleague and you obviously still see her every day, even though you have said you are no longer "seeing" her.
I am not sure that I believe you after so many lies for so long. Unfortunately, I will never know whether you are still seeing her, as you can just do as you please now because you are no longer with me. You fooled me so well.
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