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Sharing time with your kids after a divorce can be a difficult adjustment even when you and your ex are on the same when it comes to rules, discipline, and parenting styles. It can be a lot harder when you have concerns about your ex's judgment regarding who is appropriate to have around your children. When your kids come back from their placement time, you may see and hear things which make you even more uneasy. Over time, as children get more used to their circumstances, they will hopefully have fewer emotional reactions and go back to being themselves. However, there may be cause for concern when they can't adjust to placement time with the other parent or come home acting noticeably different.
Recently ended a month affair.
Each of us are married but still pursued this relationship. Her husband is a devout Catholic and they have been going to counseling for the last month or so.
Which seems to be counterintuitive. On the other hand my wife learned of our affair several months ago and rightly placed me in a difficult spot at home. The heart of my question is this: should I now that I know of these multiple affairs and my former lovers persistent lying notify her husband of her transgressions?
Oddly she claims she loves him immensely but still has this wayward way about her. People are counterintuitive.
If people were easy to understand, there would be far fewer dilemmas like the one you are now facing. To start with, you cheated on your spouse.
At some point in time, you realized you were cheating with someone, who was married as well. You obviously bypassed the chance to do what was right the first time around. Best to stop while you are ahead.
Exposing your ex-lover by telling the truth is not necessarily the right thing to do. Motives can sometimes be difficult to discern, but they matter.
When you were cheating with her, where was the concern for her husband? Why the concern now? Probably best to focus your attention on your own marriage and let other people worry about theirs. I have my own question to ask.