Must I provide my cheating ex a 2nd opportunity 32 years later on? Ask Ellie

Must I provide my cheating ex a 2nd opportunity 32 years later on? Ask Ellie

Q: After 13 years married, I’ve been divorced for 32 years. My ex-husband cheated I left on me and.

He’d grown from an extremely ugly teenager into an extremely man that is good-looking. Females tossed on their own he couldn’t resist at him and.

I’ve forgiven him because We understand We must be alone these past 30-plus years to utilize my own abilities and achieve a grand life style which we’d not have reached as a couple of.

My ex-husband, remarried for 25 years, is currently widowed.

I’d like to ask him back in us. It is no fun to own every thing with no someone to share it with. And I also want our family reunited.

We’re 75 and retired, but I’m uncertain if his cheating days are over.

I’m indifferent about a sex-life between us. But we don’t wish to risk him embarrassing me personally within my community, where I’ve worked hard in order to become a respected citizen, by him sneaking around and cheating.

He’s still a handsome, distinguished-looking older gentleman. Ladies will obviously assume it is his wide range he enjoys.

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