Our expert says:
Well, with the fairly profound religious difference, you're hardly TOTALLY compatible. And he would REQUIRE you to change your religion before he would think of marriage. Interesting, religiously, that he doesn't seem to be concerned about having some sort of an affair with a married woman, or that you would be divotcing a good man just because you don't think you love him "enough".
You seem to be very enthusiastically extremist about this affair, and simply to have lost interest in the man you promised to love and honour.
Rather unscientific to have neglected to persuade your husband ( you don't mention what HE feels or wants, as though it really doesn't matter to you ) to join you in marriage counselling to see whether your marriage could be healed and revived.
You don't actially seem to understand the new guy much, either. Nobody's just frivolous about being a Jehovah's Witness, and as I understand it it would be unthinkable for him, to marry someone NOT also a Witness, out of love for his faith and for you, as he would believe that no good could come to you if you did not convert.
But again, you don't present yourself as genuinely interested in him, either. How much do you actually know about the Witnesses, and how they live ? And if not, why not ? Isn't that a significant part of this guy you now insist dramatically that you love so much ?
Somehow your message sounds terribly selfish, or at least highly self-absorbed.
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