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last year, i had an affair. it lasted 3 months and we got caught out. i am supposed to be a Christian. i am still with my husband because its where i should be. he says he wants a divorce etc. before the affair, we had real problems, i was constantly withdrawing because he was always picking on me running me down pushing me around and threatening to hit me, shouting in my face at the top of his voice. someone saw it and protected me - the wrong way. i loved him for it and after months of trying to get him out of my system, succeeded. now i regret it but though hubby has tried at times, most times he hasbullied and told me to go. we have a 25 year old daughter with severe learning difficultie
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