Q&A Is Her Disgust about the Affair a Sign That the Limerence Is Disappearing?

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How does my wife have a sexual affair, do things with the affair partner that she hasn’t with me, but now feel sickened and disgusted by it? I’ve read about the high of limerence and my wife admits she was in love and felt the full effect of it. We are 4 months out from D-Day two and just spent time at July EMS Weekend. I’m trying to understand how she felt excited, turned on, and good with the sex during the affair but now looking back she feels disgusted? I would think I would feel disgusted during the affair especially immediately after it was over because of guilt or shame because I realized what I just did and not with my husband. Is feeling limerence that strong and is her disgust now a good sign she is coming out of the affair fog?

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Very helpful insight. And

Very helpful insight. And good advice on acceptance vs trying to understand. Thank you.

Very helpful insight. And

Very helpful insight. And good advice on acceptance vs trying to understand. Thank you.

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