Q&A How Can I Stop Thinking About Seeking Justice With the Affair Partners?

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I'm having a difficult time marginalizing my husband's 3 Affair Partners. It has been 1 year since D-day #1 and since then I have discovered he has had at least 2 other emotional affairs and I also discovered that he had a sexual relationship with one of them while we were dating. Now, I am in Harboring Hope and working hard on my recovery but I am really having a hard time not thinking about the 3 AP's. It is very much on my mind while they go on and live their lives (both are married and I have not spoken to their husbands). Here I am with my world falling apart and they get to continue to live their lives as normal. I am crushed and battle with not reaching out to them again, (I did make contact with 2 of them since discovery) and make their world crash down around them like mine has. How do I move on from these overwhelming thoughts of wanting to yell and scream at them and make them hurt. I am not going to do it but I don't want to think about it anymore!!



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