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Bio: I am a woman. I am a mother. I am a sister. I am an ex-wife. I am a daughter. I am a friend. I am trying to figure out this whole crazy dating thng out. This is my story. This is my journey. This is our story. These are my feelings, my experiences, my thoughts as I have gone through being the other woman and the peaks and valleys of being the other woman. This is my raw emotions for anyone wondering where their affair will lead and the emotions, pain and joy that comes with loving another woman's husband. Let this be a safe and a place of no judgement to come with questions and answers. This is my true story. I met W in the winter of the 2013. I had just ended an engagement with a man I was with for three years, because he had cheated many times over the years. I hung in there, but in the end he broke off the engagement. I would find out later it was because he had gotten another woman pregnant. When I met W he turned my world around and healed all my hurt...so it seemed. I thought I had met a widower that lived in my hometown, who was childless. I would find out 3 months into falling in love with W...that his name was different, he lived in a different town than I thought, that his wife was not deceased and he had children. It was a tough blow, but we were/are in love. We resolved to be together and to tackle what that would look like together. Since then he has gone back and forth about getting divorced. I have tried to end things once. It lasted about 3 weeks, until I had some pretty stressful stuff come up in my life. This is my story as I deal with being his OW and what that entails. Update - I am no longer the other woman - I am going to leave this, because I know there are others struggling - This is now the story of my recovery and healing. There is life after being the other woman.

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      • You are welcome; I take great comfort in knowing that I’m not alone. It’s true what they say – ‘stuff’ happens…

      • Yes, stuff happens. And often I feel powerless, like many women in our situation. Thanks again for making me feel I am not alone, and for putting yourself out there to share your stories, feelings and emotions. 🙂 Many ah-ha moments from reading your words! 🙂

      • Walking away, as hard as it’s been, has made me feel a wee but more in control… I keep reminding myself – I chose this path – I chose to walk it & I chose to end it. I’m glad that you find my blog helpful! Thanks for the feedback! 🙂

  1. Dear friend, Thank you very much, I was really happy to have been following your blog. I’m still a lot to figure out, and here I can only say that you are an awesome blogger, full Inspiring and hope you can inspire more readers. Thanks and greetings compassion from Gede Prama 🙂

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