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Question:How do you cope when the person you have loved for so long suddenly changes and you can't reach them due to a Midlife crisis?

Drinking heavy, leaving his family and acting like a teenager, moving in with a person whom is totally the opposite of the spouse he is married (still Married to). Acting out to all family members with little or no reguard for their feelings. Just doesn't seem to care anymore, when in fact before he was always there and now no more.

Asked by SisterSuz on 8/24/08 10 Answers»


I was in a completion with my husband’s ex, even before we got married, I thought she might stop interfering in our affairs after marriage, but she continued, spreading rumors about my past, calling me names. She vowed to cause breakup to our 2-year-old marriage, because my husband preferred me over her, she was so jealous and decided to consult a priest who caused our breakup on March 17. She was so evil that she don’t even hide her evil acts, after opening up to me that she caused our split, and laugh at me as she tries to take back my husband.
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Answered by: happyhans on 8/19/15


My wife said the first time she was caught making out with a co-worker was that “she was being pushed by the devil”. She fakes business vacations on several occasion just to spend private time alone with her co-worker. She plays her game so tight that I had to employ informant to always track every of her moves. I didn’t believe most of the results, but I have always been suspecting until when I was brought to witness her actions. It was so painful than I was expected. We had serious issues that almost lasted a year and she can’t stop seeing the guy. I thought of divorce, but it might affect our kids and I don’t know any other means to employ that will make her stop. I was recommended to search blogs for spell casters that can help, that’s when I fell in love with comments I read about Dr.Wakina on Link and some testimonies on Link before I was convinced enough to contact him via dr.wakinalovetemple@gmail.com I didn’t expect much from him, but his presence in my life gave me hope, he did his thing and cast the spell that united our spirit and soul, the spell changed our feelings and thoughts, she no longer have feelings for another man except me for months now, we thinks more about our future together with the kids and we called dr. wakina to thank him as a family, I was blessed and touched for what he is doing. I promised to share this testimony and his email to help save families who are having crisis. Contact him via dr.wakinalovetemple@gmail.com

Answered by: raymondjer5 on 8/15/15


Only time will tell what will be in this situation. To much of your valuable time is going to be wasted on something you have no control over. Only your Husband can decide what he's willing to do. In the meantime, do what you need to do for you. I wish you the best :)

Answered by: Forseer on 11/29/09


Call it mid life crisis if you so desire, but I am guessing that he or she got themselves caught up in an innocent game of "flirting" and it crossed the line. Being the decent human being that person was caused all kinds of emotional turmoil and chose the wrong path due to guilt. Not caring is a way to deal with the pain. I know. THAT WAS ME!!!! Is all I wanted to do was go home again, but I could not. Sounds to melike the same thing is going on here. What do you do? Pray!!!! Keep praying with all your might if that is what you want. he knows what he did is oh so wrong, but feels compelled to stay where he is even though going back home would make him happier. He'll never marry the "other" as he doesn't love her. He cares for her, but does not love her and never will like he did you! I know that is not much consolation, but I would bet my bottom dollar on it that is exactly what happened. He met this woman as a friend just wanted to befriend her and ended up crossing that line out of "pity" for her.

Answered by: sheilacorfu1 on 9/4/08


Learn to love yourself and value yourself more than you do. A womans strength comes through when she feels her weakest. You can't change what has happened, but you can pick yourself up and rise above it.

Answered by: kimmer07 on 8/26/08


Let me suggest a great book for you entitled DEAL BREAKERS. Read it and read it some more.. written for women.. it's really got some great info... I hope it helps you.. hugs,

Answered by: rosebon on 8/26/08
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