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    Sorry to hear this, what a terrible thing to be going through

    I hope that karma gets them

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    How Awful im so sorry you're going through this!


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    Sorry I am not a single parent and have just crashed this thread but my first thought was - how well do you know the other husband? You guys may be a good support to each other as he knows exactly how you feel as its happening to him as well.

    I am so sorry this happened to you. I hope one day he wakes up an realises what a douche he has been. By then you will be far too fabulous without him to consider going backwards.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sandramm1 View Post
    They only started their affair 8 weeks ago and are now moved in together. I wouldnt want my kids around her either just yet. How confusing for your kids- they are all under 6 so very hard to explain to them.
    I would insist he sees them at your house or at his parents or your parents place for the time being. At least to see if this relationship is serious and to allow the kids to adjust to daddy not being around before introducing them to the reason why.
    This is very true, it's all so new, it might just be a novelty thing.

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    Oh wow. Some people are so selfish and really don't think Im really sorry to hear this.
    I agree with pp to ask your DH to see the children without her around for now. It will confuse the children and they are the ones who MUST come first. If he doesn't like that, well you will need to go to mediation to sort things out.
    Counseling is a good idea for yourself to.
    All the best!


 

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