Strawberry Letter: Very Bad, Very Sad
Dear Steve and Shirley,
Yes a typical story, I have been dating this married co-worker for 2 years and it’s been great, almost too great. We are actually in love with each other and have so much in common. We started out as friends always discussing religions because I had so many questions and he was so knowledgeable and that enticed me. We grew closer and closer. In the process I grew closer to GOD, joined the church, and so forth.
Everyone around us knows about our relationship. Ha! They even gave me the title of his at work wife and would call me his last name. They would also ask, how we were able to spend so much time together, like night and weekends? I truly was his daytime wife. I would go to his house to use the bathroom, shower, cook, clean, screw and help take care of the kids. His wife never picked up on anything. She was so naive about life and over loyal to him that she don’t pick up on the slightest things. She even encouraged we go places when she can’t due to babysitter issues. I thought she was cheating herself but, realized she’s just a routine person. Trust me I have done my research.
We have experienced so many “first time” things together, i.e. Expensive trips and even time together as one big happy family literally. Well not too long ago, he stated that someone had told his wife about us. I don’t believe anything he saying because she has yet to try to contact me, especially after seeing my number through the phone bill. That’s not how women respond after hearing bad news. I think he’s trying to break it off or has had a change of heart. He has also changed his number and has not given it to me.
Our relationship at work has changed to where we really don’t talk much, because he said he don’t trust any one. Which if that’s the case, I guess I understand. I just want some coping answers?
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