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26 Jun 21 - 26 Jun 21 #517125 by heidismum
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I was supposed to be getting married on 19th June . I found out on 13th may that he has been having a relationship for 5 years with a work colleague .
We had bought a house together and had been together for 2 years . He is 58 and the woman is 33 , she is married and has an 18mth old baby
He was bringing her into our house when i was at work
I am utterly devastated
The house has been sold and i have moved out but he is still there until the end of July
I have found out he has been married twice before not just once like he told me
Last edit: 26 Jun 21 by heidismum. Reason: adding info

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29 Jun 21 - 29 Jun 21 #517144 by Marbles2021
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I am so sorry to hear that you are going through this. Unfortunately there are so many deceitful people out there who do not seem to care for the feelings of others.
I have no words to magic the feeling of grief away. Know though, that the feeling will pass and you will one day realise you had a lucky escape. Be kind to yourself, surround yourself with friends and try and have no contact whatsoever with him.
Last edit: 29 Jun 21 by Marbles2021.

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