To Believe or Not To Believe

Since the "other woman" had begun getting more braver with letters and more phone calls, I still didn't want to believe that it was HIM. I wanted to give him the "benefit of the doubt". I felt that perhaps it was her chasing after him since he supposedly told her that he wanted to be with me and our family again. Perhaps she just couldn't give it up? Could she be a stalker do you think? No, I think I knew better, in the back of my mind. So much activity going on, and here I was, waiting to "catch" him. But there wasn't going to be any catching because he was not going to allow me to find anything out. With only phone calls and letters, he still wanted me to believe that it wasn't him. It was her and she was "crazy"

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Anonymous said...

hi debbie seems so clsose to my heart all that i just read. ive been married for almost 11 years now and my husband cheated on me 3 years ago. he drove me up the wall for a full year with never coming up with straight answers and avoiding any communication. then it blew up on my face when a friend of mine let me know. i reconciled immediately without giving it a rational thought. i just saw my husband crying and that was reason enuf for me to reconcile. the funny part is that now i am unsure of my decisions this guy is totally living a life only based on past guilt and that doed not help me move on. interestingly i have met somebody whom like but am unsure if he feels the same for me.there was an instant liking to him and he is in touch with me but has other women he dates. my sixth sense tells me loves me ... i dont know what to do.