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I have sneaked in the house and gone up to what used to be our bedroom and found my mother has moved all her clothes into the wardrobe and taken what I had left out and I have even seen a tube of lube on the bedside table (my mother is post menopausal).
Seeing that made me hate her more than you can believe.
I am a 34 year old straight woman in an open marriage with a 39 year straight man.
I have taken far more advantage of the openness of our marriage than my husband, at least until recently.
I went to the toilet and threw up and then I dragged my lover out of the pub and went straight to the off-licence where I bought a litre bottle of vodka and drank it at his house until I passed out.
These people haven’t even done you the courtesy of an honest conversation about what’s happening. Cool, okay, well, have a good day.”” “Husband, I saw you in the pub the other day, was that my mother?
Have you had a “Hey, this isn’t really working” conversation before now? Would you have described yourself as “happily married” before you saw them together? Whatever the answers are, taking your mom on a date to your favorite local moving her shit into your house (which is still your house…I think? I REPEAT: ALL IS NOT WELL.” It’s nice that you are thinking about the possibility of forgiveness for your husband (after you break them up somehow, of course), but my read on this situation is that there is no going back to any kind of happy equilibrium in these relationships.
) are not the stealthy moves of professional secret keepers, y’all. He’s always going to be the guy who dated your mom.
I don’t believe there are feelings of love and attraction that “have to” be acted upon. There are some things I can’t get past, though, when I read your letter.
I don’t believe in “it just happened.” “It” happens because people make it happen. A) Of all the women in the world he chose to date your mom and of all of the gin joints in the world he chose to take her to your regular hangout. What are the chances that they didn’t see you or know you were there?