After 30 years of marriage, this woman thought she would enjoy her second youth. But a sudden divorce would destroy everything.
“I have been thinking of writing to you for a long time. I didn’t have the courage and I was ashamed, but now I have resigned.”
Her father was always caring toward her. They wanted to resume their romance after the children graduated from university. To spend the rest of their lives happily, they decided to build a house in the mountains.
One day when they were watching TV, the man told her that he wanted to talk.
He had never thought that he would say something like that. He confessed that he had fallen in love with someone else. He told her that she was a student and they had been dating for a while and that he wanted to live with her.
Fortunately, I was sitting on the armchair. I didn’t even have the courage to confront him, demand answers from him, or ask questions. Through my tears, I could only shiver and ask, “Okay, but what about me?”
He gathered his clothes and left. The woman was very upset but did not know who was to blame for the situation she was in now.
The only thing he regretted was why he hadn’t noticed something like this before and let him go right away. Now he was feeling a lot of pain and the children demanded an account of why he had let him go so easily.
It was useless to fight. The woman started a new life and wanted only peace. She met new people, traveled a lot, and strengthened ties with her loved ones. When he didn’t have his wife, he was feeling good again.
After a long time, the man returned home as if nothing had happened. He looked very bad and devastated.
I asked him to leave my house with a smile on his face and the same composure that he had when he told me he was in love with another woman. I told him that his place is next to the woman he cherished so much and for whom he abruptly left his family.
He no longer lives with her, is single, and is still attempting a reconciliation with the kids.
Woman says “But even if I would fall in love again, I would never marry again since I take care of my life and cherish every second spent with my grandkids. Because, even at 55, life is worth living wonderfully, responsibly, and quietly “