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I never thought I’d find myself in this position. My wife, the woman I’ve loved and trusted with my whole heart for over a decade, has been having an affair with her boss.

It’s the kind of thing you read about in books or see in movies, not something that happens in your own life. But here I am, living a nightmare I can’t seem to wake up from.

It all started a few months ago. I noticed she was spending more time at the office, coming home later than usual. At first, I didn’t think much of it. She’s always been dedicated to her career, and I admired that about her.

But then, there were the phone calls—whispered conversations that stopped abruptly when I walked into the room. I tried to ignore the growing sense of unease, telling myself I was just being paranoid.

One evening, I came home early from work, hoping to surprise her. As I walked up the driveway, I heard her talking on the phone in the backyard.

Her voice was low and urgent, and the words I caught froze me in my tracks. “I miss you too. I can’t wait to see you tomorrow.” My heart sank. I knew, in that moment, that something was terribly wrong.

When I confronted her that night, she didn’t deny it. She looked at me with tears in her eyes and admitted that she’d been having an affair with her boss for the past six months.

She told me it started innocently enough—late nights at the office, working on projects together. But somewhere along the line, things crossed a boundary, and before she knew it, she was in too deep.

Hearing those words shattered me. I felt like my entire world was crumbling around me. The woman I’d built a life with, the woman I thought I knew inside and out, had betrayed me in the worst possible way.

I asked her why she didn’t stop, why she didn’t come to me when she realized things were getting out of hand. She just kept saying she was sorry, that she didn’t mean for it to happen.

The days that followed were a blur of anger, sadness, and confusion. I couldn’t understand why she would risk everything we had for someone else. I asked her if she loved him, if she wanted to be with him instead of me. She said she didn’t know. She said she was confused and didn’t know how to make it stop. But what hurt the most was when she told me she wasn’t going to quit her job.

I couldn’t believe it. How could she expect our marriage to survive if she was still working with him every day?

I begged her to leave, to find another job, to do anything that would show she was committed to fixing our relationship. But she refused. She said she loved her work, that it was a part of who she was, and leaving it would feel like giving up a piece of herself.

Every day since that conversation has been a struggle. I wake up each morning with a knot in my stomach, knowing she’s going to see him. I can’t help but wonder what’s happening when she’s at the office. Is she still seeing him? Are they still involved? The uncertainty is driving me insane.

We’ve tried talking about it, tried to work through the issues, but every conversation ends the same way. She tells me she’s sorry, that she wants to make things right, but she can’t quit her job.

She insists that she can separate her professional life from her personal one, that she can be around him without it affecting our marriage. But I don’t believe her. How can I?

I’ve considered leaving, ending the marriage and starting over. But the thought of it breaks my heart. I still love her, despite everything. I remember the good times, the love we shared, the dreams we had for our future.

Part of me wants to fight for that, to hold on and hope that things can get better. But another part of me wonders if it’s even possible. How can we rebuild trust when she’s still in the same environment where the affair happened?

Some days, I feel like I’m drowning. The anger and betrayal are overwhelming. I want to lash out, to make her feel the pain she’s caused me.

But then I see the remorse in her eyes, and I remember that she’s human, that we all make mistakes. I want to believe that she’s truly sorry, that she wants to make things right. But her refusal to leave her job makes it so hard.

I’ve started seeing a therapist, hoping to make sense of my feelings and figure out what to do next. It’s helped, to some extent.

Talking to someone who isn’t emotionally involved has given me some clarity. But the pain is still there, lurking beneath the surface, ready to overwhelm me at any moment.

My friends and family have been supportive, but their advice is all over the place. Some tell me to leave her, to cut my losses and move on.

Others say I should stay and try to work things out, that marriage is about forgiveness and overcoming obstacles. I don’t know who to listen to. I don’t know what the right answer is.

At night, when I lie in bed next to her, the silence is deafening. I wonder if she’s thinking about him, if she misses him.

I wonder if she regrets her decision to stay with me. I can’t help but feel like a fool, like I’m holding onto something that’s already gone. But then she’ll reach for my hand, or whisper that she loves me, and for a moment, I allow myself to hope.

I don’t know what the future holds for us. I don’t know if we can survive this, if we can find a way to move past the hurt and rebuild our marriage. But I do know that I’m not ready to give up yet. I’m not ready to walk away from the woman I love, from the life we’ve built together.

So for now, I’ll keep fighting, keep hoping that we can find a way through this darkness and come out stronger on the other side.

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