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Native Floridian
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emotional affairs

Posted by @nativefloridian, Aug 17, 2012

I’m just wondering if there are other married people out there that ever feel lonely in their marriages. I went through something for a few years and don’t know if it was just some sort of emotional affair or if I fell in love with someone other than my husband. It is really weird because I don’t see this man at work any more and still miss him every day. Anyone else have any advice, how do you forget someone that you really care about but you know it is wrong to think of them often and feel more love for them than you should?

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WILKINS905
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Posted by @wilkins905, Aug 24, 2012

I CAN ONLY TELL YOU TO BE CAREFUL…GET SOME PROFESSIONAL ADVISE..THAT’S CALL A LOVE TRIANGLE..HISTORY TELL ME THEY ARE TROUBLE BIG TIME TROUBLE……


judyparker
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Posted by @judyparker, Sep 7, 2012

It is best you get professional help…


NickRyder
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Posted by @nickryder, Sep 11, 2012

You’d be surprised what you may discover with some good therapy. It takes time ,but a professional can guide you through this….


Ann Heaney
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Posted by @annheaney, Sep 19, 2012

Definately get help from a mental health professional. Seek a mental health therapist. If therapy alone is not enough then you may have chemical imbalances that require a doctor – a psychiatrist. The professionals can help you more than people who are not trained to diagnose and treat these problems. An example. You would not go to an actress to treat a broken bone.

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