Married and lonely dating
If you wait for your husband to figure things out, you could be waiting forever. Except it went on like that a lot longer than in your situation.
He met this temp chick at work who was 26 (he's 40).
He thought about it, and said that yeah he still loved her, and felt really bad about cheating on her.
I have no idea if he told her, but I understand the wife was getting action on the side as well.
Well in the situation you describe there simply isn't THAT much time for big romance.
Kids (love 'em to death, but) get in the way of this. It's funny how some men think that the sum total of their involvement in a marriage or relationship is, "Well, I'm here, aren't I?
He decided to go for it, and I guess had a wild time with her for a couple months.
I no longer try to arrange for babysitting or plan anything for us to do.I would share this with my husband, we'd talk, agree that certain issues were present, and then fall back into the same monotonous rhythm.Recently, my husband finally got moved to first shift.We've been married over 14 months now, and quite happily, I would say." He continued: "A month ago she left on a business trip for a week and I found myself downloading Tinder on a particularly lonely night. He said: "Again, I had a laugh, but ultimately was bored of it. He said: "I swiped and we matched," meaning she'd already swiped "yes" on his profile - and is aware that he's also on the app. She's over 100 miles [away]." As Tinder uses location services to find nearby singles, her presence on Tinder raises more questions. And a horrified woman is considering breaking up with boyfriend of five years after he said "women should NOT be allowed to vote".Then I saw her picture come up." At first, he wasn't sure if the profile was real, continuing: "I thought maybe a bot stole her picture. The panicked man wrote: "She gets back from her business trip tomorrow.