Our expert says:
If he's an ex-bf, why is he ex ? Were there not good reasons why you broke up with him earlier ? Have those genuinely changed ?
You are both married with children, yet choose to ignore the obvious reasons why such an affair is a thoroughly bad idea, and likely to hurt innocent people and children.
And tyou don't want to get divorced if you can maintain the deception of your husband -so you'd prefer to have your cake and eat it, too ?
Then you talk about how to let him down when it is all over, so you anticipate having some excitement for a time, and then parting with him, anyway ?
Havin contradictory feelings is common in many situations in life and relationships. But it seems from your message that you have been highly selective in conceptualizing this affair.
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