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    Divorce after 28 years of marriage ??

    We have been married for 28 years...kids grown ups...married...we came from our country when the kids were little...because he had an affair then...we are been here for 16 years...no problems....I thought !! One month ago I find out he was having a relationship with somebody else...he says it was just calls and texts but I am so hurt...I don't know what to do...I check the phone bill and he is been texting and tallking everyday sometimes for 1 hour and several times a day...for almost two months...I am lost...don't know what to do...I want out...but I love him,,,but I am so afraid that he will do it again ....when I told him that I found out he stop talking to her...so is what he said...but...now I don't believe anything he says...

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    If this is the 2nd time you have caught him having an affair there may be a pretty big problem. I think you have a good reason to think he will do it again as he has proven he would.
    I think as bad as it is going to hurt and as painful as it will be you should get tough and move on. You deserve to be happy. If he can't make you happy find someone who can. You may find yourself happier alone than all of the worry with him! Best of luck to you!

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    You need to think very carefully, better consult relationship adviser, your personal friends. After 28 years of marriage its a big risk as you are in your golden days. Better talk it out.

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    I am sorry for what you are going through. After 28 years of marriage, you should definitely think of going to couples therapy together. Do not make any harsh decisions, especially if you still love him. Seek help from someone that can bring some perspective into the relationship and if you think it's worth it, then try to work it out with your husband.

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    I think you have to give him one chance. And then you have to be very careful about him. Better you talk with your close friend or your relatives and then sit and think what to do ahead.

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    I think you should not rush in making decision stay clam and see all things very carefully.

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    You both need to solve your differences before even of thinking otherwise. Marriage is no fun well not all the time and as much as it involves two people when things go sour it is always advisable to find help from other people especially those who deal with such issues as profession. If you still love him you need to suggest that you go for marriage counseling with him and if he is willing to do so that would be your first step of fixing your broken marriage.

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