But more than that, deep down I knew that getting on a plane to try to save our marriage would do no good. Unmoved by my heartfelt pleas for him to stay, including a handwritten letter that I later retrieved from his briefcase long after it went unanswered, my husband continued his relationship with his mistress.
I, on the other hand, prepared to divorce him, which I did about a year later. [7 dating rules that also apply to your housing search] Last year, my now ex-husband married this woman, the “other woman,” and a few months ago they had a child.
Meanwhile, Wooten’s suspected romantic rival drove off, but not before dialing 911 and seeing Wooten’s husband engulfed in flames.
Officials with the Laurel County Sheriff's Office say 40-year-old Vera Wooten, of Corbin, drove her severely burned husband to the hospital for treatment after the Monday night incident.
My situation isn’t like that of most divorcées since my husband continues to live overseas and does not share physical custody with me.
He visits our three children every one to two months and takes them on vacations a few times per year, most of the time without his significant other.
In 30 years of relationship counselling I've worked with around 2,000 couples and I've learned the most common reason a husband tells his wife he doesn't love her any more is because there's 'another woman'. But you're not the one sending inappropriate texts to another woman. Though there is always hope, the weeks and months ahead are going to be really tough.
Any woman who finds herself in this situation has my sympathy.