Our expert says:
You insisted on making a long series of risky decisions based on romantic ideas rather than reality. Now please don't fall for the latest lot of lies. He did NOT lie to you because he loves you --- what sort of reason is that ? He lied to protect himself and for his own advantage, like all liars. What makes you think that he's stopped lying now ? Why are you so persistently addicted to wishful and unrealistic thinking ? You know his wife is certain to suffer if her divorces her or even just continues his affair with you, and it can't be good for the child, either. He's sacred to be alone ? For that reason eh expects you to sacrifice common sense and all of your own best interests ? "There's no love like ours" sounds like more Mills & BOon rather thann real life. There's loads of love like yours, though hopefully few that are as deliberately foolish and doomed. He's strong enough to lie consistently to you, and lure you round the world to him, but not strong enough to start a divorce ?
I don't see how I could help you --- you are determined to believe in the romantic novel you are constructing rather than the real world you are living in, and I doubt that you'd follow any good advice.
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