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    Do you really want to be friends with someone who has lied to you, betrayed your trust and betrayed someone he made a life long commitment to? His actions speak volumes about his character. When someone shows you who they really are, believe them!

    Walk away, you don't need this toxicity in your life.

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    I'm sorry I'm with all the girls here he is married you should not be pursuing any form of friendship with him at all. Even if his marriage was or is in trouble you still stay away. Think how would you feel if you where the wife and in her shoes

    This is why marriages end its because I'm sorry to say it, it is because people like you pursue married men and the wife finds out and all trust leaves the relationship ship

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    Why would you want to be friends with this guy? Are you hoping deep down that maintaining contact under a 'friendship' may lead to him leaving his wife?

    If you were his wife, and you knew your husband and this other woman only now had a friendship after cheating on you, would you be ok with that? I know I wouldn't be.

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    Trust your gut, you know how this is going to end.

    Save yourself some pain down the track and walk away.

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    Why would he just ignore me and not even want to be friends? Is he that much of an a**hole?
    Yes OP, he is. He cheated on his wife, ignored you during disappearing acts, lied to you and led you on by neglecting to tell you he was married and in doing so shows no respect for his wife or you (or himself for that matter). This isn't the way you treat people you care about or who are your "number 1".
    OP I'm sorry you were hurt and mistreated but you need to show yourself and marriage the respect it deserves - do as others have suggested and have nothing else to do with him. You deserve to and have the choice to walkaway and find a respectful and truthful partner - his wife may not have that luxury if she doesn't know.
    Be strong and best of luck.

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    He's a user. You are just a toy he can play with when he wants then he can walk away.

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    OP, you are better than this. Do not allow yourself to be treated this way.

    Unless you like drama...some thrive on it. I hope not. Good luck

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