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From the sounds of it you dealing with a woman that had a breakdown and failed to do many things she normally would and did do, one of them was being faithful to you.

JL


Spent many hours on this, reading it in print seems so much different. I think I am going to start with this......

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Hardtimes,

Just remember you don't have to make any decisions just yet. What you do need to do is plan to get YOUR life back on track from a business/financial standpoint. I think once you have got a plan for that, some of the pressure will be off of you.

What Mel has said about marriage counseling seems to be correct, but for you it might help to really unburden yourself so that you have lanced the boil that is your life right now.

I know you have doubts, and I know you have to heal, but the plan here can help you with addressing your marriage and getting to something you will enjoy again.

Also remember forgiving is NOT FORGETTING. You won't forget this and your should not. But, you will find that forgiveness is a gift you give yourself when you are ready to receive it.

Just thoughts.

God Bless,

JL

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