Our expert says:
Very, very occasionally, in such situations, people may fall in love. Much more often they fall in lust, and occasionally they fall in like, and stop thinking abou the effects their choices and actions will have on others.
Its not her different religion that counts, but her different marital status, and yours.
Wallowing in guilt but still longing to proceed with what you know is wrong, won't help anyone.
If she knows you are married, then she shows no respect for you, herself, or, most of all, for your wife. Rulang shows more of how an intelligent and responsible woman would react to such a situation. Does her religion approve of adultery and afairs ? If not, then presumably she isn't strongly influenced by that religion.
Why leave your wife ? Rather see a marriage counsellor together and find in your actual mariage whatever you now THINK you may have found in this affair ?
Either way, DO see a personal counsellor to work through your despair and to better understand how you got into this situation, and your best options for getting out of it.
And as for the old, old excuse : "If you haven't been there yourself, you woudlnt understand - I haven't fallen off a cliff yet, but I am still usefully convinced that it is a very bad idea to do so.
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