Moving on in Peace
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Moving on in Peace

I have been married to my husband for 28 years, and for many of those years he was having an affair with another (married) woman. After all has been said and done, we are consciously repairing the damage done, and fidelity is in our lives. We have been unable to heal our marriage, however, because of the interference of the other woman. She has been told, fully and completely, over and over, to leave us alone, but she finds ways to make contact one way or another. She has a husband and a family and grandchildren and her own life. How do you get rid of someone like that?

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  1. JD

    Do you know for certain he has really told her it’s over? Have you heard him tell her or have you? If not that could be part of it. She may have been told he’s trying to keep you happy and in her brain it means she needs to make you leave or miserable. Or she can’t handle losing or thinks he’ll still want her if your gone. Or worst case scenario she’s crazy. I would consider having a conversation and telling her to vanish from your life or a restraining order and police are next. Let her know you are going no where. And inform her her family can be made aware of her indiscretions too. Change numbers if necessary. And gently remind him “you started this… you deal with it.” Good luck and I admire your desire to get thro it all.

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