Our expert says:
He lied to you, over quite a long perod of time, and deceived you. And he is married and not free to have a genuine relationship with you. And if he's happy to cheat on his wife, he'll be just as prepared to cheat on you.
You DID make the right decision, to break it off ( well, psychologically, rather than anatomically, anyway )
It feels empty because breaking it off means facing uncomfortable truths, and giving up the hopes you had formed for a great long relationship with him, and facing the fact that that is impossible. You're wise, too, not to have slept with him, which would only have complicated matters further.
At 34, he is old enough to have known better than to have deceived you. This doesn't have to be an angry and bitter parting, but if he genuinely cares for you, he must recognize that it is not in your best interests to get further involved in a relationship with a married man --- however pleasant a married man he might be.
Keep up your good sense, and you'll eventually be a dynamite doctor !
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