Q&A Is It Time to Let Go and Move On?

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I found out about my husband’s affair 9 months ago. We immediately signed up for EMS Online following the initial discovery because he said he wanted to work on our relationship and help me heal. Soon after we finished the course I learned that he had gone back to the affair partner. This enraged me and broke my already broken heart into another million pieces. I kicked him out of our house and we started living separately. I was adamant about setting boundaries w him: he cannot have access to me as long as he is seeing the affair partner. He said he was going to get help for himself. I signed up for Harboring Hope. Meanwhile I let him continue to see the children, ages 5 and 2. Three months later, after surviving the holidays as a family, I learn he’s never sought out the help he said he would. He also tells me that he is now in love with the affair partner and that he doesn’t feel the same way about me. I didn’t think it can get any worse. I’m now convinced the separation was a mistake. We parted ways with me telling him I still want to fight for our marriage and our family I offered for him to move back in so we can give it another try. He said he will think about it. I’m still holding on to hope but really, should I just let go and move on?



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