It's Different Now

Last night, as you held me in your arms, I couldn't understand how I ever let myself betray you and sleep with another man. The love I felt for you within my heart overwhelmed me at that moment.

Knowing that I stopped uncaught and of my own accord doesn't really make me feel any better. I will live with this guilt everyday for the rest of my life, because that is how long I plan on being with you.

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  • The other comments are from perverts. Love is love and s** is s**. And in a relationship that is not opem, you should not cheat. You cheated on your husband, it is true. But you love him and feel remorse, that is a good thing. Too many people cheat and don't care, and that is disgusting. You're OK, people make mistakes. Just don't repeat it, and soon you will be just fine and dandy. Your husband is lucky, and I hope that so are you, I hope he deserves you.

  • As they say, "guilt is like interest paid on a debt that never comes due". Feeling guilty is a waste of time and a waste of life. If you didn't feel bad in the bed of the other man, don't feel bad now.

  • Please don't beat yourself up over this. You were living in the moment when you went to the other man, and it was -- judging by the tenderness with which you write -- not an act of anger or revenge, but one of need or excitement or simple hunger. So, you should live in the moment now, too, not in the past, where nothing can be changed. Both acts were acts of love, and love is never ever wrong. Enjoy the memory of your "other" relationship, and enjoy the present as well.

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