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Seeking a Friend for the End of the World is a American romantic comedy-drama film, written and directed by Lorene Scafaria , in her directorial debut. The film stars Steve Carell and Keira Knightley. The inspiration for the title was a line from Chris Cornell 's song "Preaching the End of the World", from his debut solo album Euphoria Morning. Filming began May , in Los Angeles , California. In New York City , a news report is broadcast informing the world that a mission to stop an incoming asteroid has failed and that the asteroid will make impact in three weeks, destroying all life on Earth.

When Dodge makes an uninterested response, Linda looks at him in disgust and flees the vehicle without a word. While everyone around him reacts differently to the news, from suicide to constant drugs and guilt-free sex, Dodge's life does not change at all. He continues to attend to his meaningless job as an insurance salesman and to employ his cleaning lady and spends his nights alone. Dodge hesitantly attends the wild party of his neighbors, Warren Rob Corddry and his wife, Diane Connie Britton , where he declines offers of sex and drugs and listens to a philosophical rant from his drunken friend Roache Patton Oswalt.

Dodge shortly returns home to reminisce about his high school sweetheart, Olivia, when he notices his neighbor Penny Keira Knightley crying on the fire escape. She has just broken up with her boyfriend, Owen, Adam Brody for making her miss her last opportunity to see her family in England. At her apartment, Penny gives Dodge three years' worth of his mail that was incorrectly delivered to her and, in the process, unwittingly tells him that his wife was having an affair. Dodge storms off into the night, guzzling codeine -laced cough syrup and window cleaner in a suicide attempt.

He wakes up in a park, with a dog tethered to his foot and a note on his sweater reading "Sorry," which becomes the dog's name. Dodge takes Sorry home, opens the old mail, and is surprised to discover a three-month-old letter from Olivia, which explains that he was "the love of her life.

Dodge and Penny abandon the self-centered Owen amid the rioters, with Dodge explaining to Penny that he knows someone who could fly her to England if she helps him find Olivia. She agrees, and the two set off with Sorry for Dodge's hometown in Delaware. Along the way, Dodge and Penny run out of gas, share a bizarre experience with suicidal motorist Glenn William Petersen , witness the eruption of an orgy at a restaurant, have sex in a pick-up truck, and spend a night in jail.

Speck has a working satellite phone in his bunker and lets Penny contact her family. Penny and Dodge borrow a car from Speck and eventually make it to Olivia's family home.

Dodge and Penny walk up toward the door of the home but find no one home and then spend the day together; they realize a mutual affection. Penny discovers a letter from Olivia to her parents, which reveals Olivia's address. Penny and Dodge drive to Olivia's home, where Dodge leaves a letter to Olivia and expresses his feelings for Penny. Later, they discover a marriage ceremony performed at the beach; Dodge and Penny kiss and join the ceremony.

Then, they go to the house of the man who Dodge promised could take Penny to England. The man turns out to be Dodge's estranged father, Frank Martin Sheen. After making amends with Frank, Dodge puts a sleeping Penny into his father's plane, whispering to her that she is the real love of his life.

Frank and Penny depart, leaving Dodge behind. Dodge returns to his apartment with Sorry; they soon enter Penny's apartment, where Dodge sets a record in her turntable and listens until the power dies.

Lighting a candle, Dodge hears Sorry whining. Penny has returned, upset that Dodge allowed her to leave; they embrace. As the two lie in bed, Penny expresses her fear of the end being so near.

Dodge distracts her by asking her to tell him of her childhood. They feel and hear a deep booming sound, and Penny tells Dodge she wishes that they had known each other sooner. Dodge replies that there never would have been enough time together and professes his love for her. When they feel and hear a second deep, booming sound, Penny panics and tells him she thought they would save each other; Dodge assures that they did.

Penny smiles as the screen fades to white and then abruptly cuts to black. Lorene Scafaria wanted to "tell the story of boy meets girl with a really ticking clock," prompted by recent events in her own life, including a "death in the family, a breakup, and a new relationship.

Having recently moved from New York to Los Angeles, the attacks left her feeling "stranded" and so she ended up getting in contact with old friends. Later, she commented that she "found it interesting that this cataclysmic event would have such an effect on my own human behavior and relationships.

The film received mixed reviews from critics, with many praising the cast, particularly Knightley and Carell. How can I complain that they don't entirely succeed? Isn't the dilemma of the plot the essential dilemma of life? However it failed to reach 10 million. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Seeking a Friend for the End of the World Theatrical release poster.

Jonathan Sadoff Rob Simonsen. Retrieved July 5, Retrieved December 10, Retrieved November 9, Retrieved June 5, Unlikely screen duo Kiera Knightley and Steve Carell battled a windy movie set yesterday as they shot the first scenes for their new film, Seeking A Friend for the End of the World. Retrieved 14 September Retrieved February 7, Retrieved June 30, Retrieved 7 May Seeking a Friend for the End of the World". Retrieved July 9, Retrieved from " https: Use mdy dates from September All articles with unsourced statements Articles with unsourced statements from December Views Read Edit View history.

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I will try Sonia's recipe this year. I remember eating these when we lived in Malaysia, one of our favourite treats: I too love Sonia's recipe and in fact baked half recipe to try out last night Going to bake more this weekend: Great post, I am always on a hunt for great tried-and-tested recipes and this post was highly informative!

I think I would like one of each.. Hi Zoe, I did plan to bake this cookie this year but I won't be now. Thanks for sharing your experiments and comparison. I'll bookmarked this for later use. Wow, that's a lot of homework that you did, Zoe. Thanks for all the tips. Hi Zoe, i think i know which recipe to try out this year, thanks ;-.

I remember your quest for the best pineapple tarts this time last year so now I know you really, really love pineapple tarts: These look super yummy, Zoe. I hope to sharpen my baking skills this year.. Yes, you are one superb friend whom I've known so far. Thank you for all the details, really.

That day when you posted about kuih bangkit and I associated it with CNY, I was thinking will you be posting about pineapple tarts.. It doesn't feel like CNY without pineapple tarts and melt-in-the-mouth peanut cookies Then today, I see this pineapple tarts post.. Thank you for sharing: Hi Zoe,' You are so hardworking!

I was thinking of making some too, but thought of making when it is closer to CNY, otherwise there will be none left, before CNY is here! Thanks for the detailed comparisons! Zoe , I've been waiting for your pineapple tart experiment actually lol I knew you couldn't help but try the original recipe!

Yeah , you need to buy the individual moulds. I'm planning to try Sonia's recipe , just the thought of condensed milk and butter makes me drool: I just love how you compare various recipes and tell us which you prefer! Although I'd be tempted to try all three recipes just so I could have the fun of comparing! Really a great read - thanks. I've never made pineapple tarts, but since you keep making them I have an urge to try my hand at it, too!

Thank you for sharing your analysis and really appreciate your taking the time to try and test each recipe. All of your tarts look superb. Hi Zoe , WOW!

I've bookmarked Ann's recipe last year , great to see that yours turned out perfectly. Now I feel like making some too! Thanks for trying out my recipe. I know I won't miss your yearly "pineapple tart analysis", enjoy reading it. Hi Zoe, how would you compare Sonia's recipe to Little Teochew's recipe that you had made last year in terms of the pastry? Which recipe would you go for if you had wanted a more melt-in-your-mouth texture?

Hi, Being a pineapple tart lover, I can differentiate the difference between the texture of both Sonia's and Little Teochew's recipe. They are both equal good but can be good in its unique texture. If you really really really want me to choose ONE Personally, I find that Little Teochew's recipe is firmer with shortbread texture and is more suitable to make open face tarts. Besides, LT's pastry needs to be chilled for easier handling and wouldn't be easy to handle if using it to make enclosed tarts.

In contrast, Sonia's pastry at room temperature is easier to handle but might crumble easily in the form of open face tarts. I have seen some bloggers using Sonia's recipe to make nastar tarts or semi-enclosed tarts flower shaped ones but don't think I have seen any open faced ones. Both are equally melt-in-your-mouth in their unique ways. I love your tart analysis and baked the batch of tarts using Sonia's recipe.

But my daughter says she prefers last year recipe which was Little Teochew. Looks like i will be revisting her recipe again. Sonia's recipe is really melty but it is quite fragile.

I found baking it longer makes it sturdier but will result in some cracks. Just want to say thank you for sharing the recipes and your baking experience. I have been searching this recipe found so many versions and get confused. I am like you, would do up a chart to compare each recipe, now you save me lots of work Thank you for reviewing the recipes! I tried Sonia's recipe and the tarts really melt in my mouth! Thanks for the informative article. Hi, Sorry for my late reply.

I might have missed out your comment when I published it. I bought the mould from Phoon Huat shops in Singapore. You can buy the individual moulds from ebay too.

Hi Zoe, I tested My Bare Cupboard's recipe and it came out of the oven very crisp and still have the melt-in-the mouth texture. Unfortunately, it became soft the next day. I wanted to bake these tarts 1 week before CNY but is afraid it will not be fresh by then. Hi Venez, It is true that most pineapple tarts can store in the room temperature for weeks but the freshness of the pastry will deteriorate over the time.

Plus, if you make your pineapple jam with reduced amount of sugar, the chances of them being mouldy can be quite high. You can store the tarts in the fridge but they will be slightly firmer than the ones stored at the room temperature. Best thing to do is to bake the tarts one week ahead and bake them in the amount that you will consume within a week.

Our pineapple tarts are usually gone within a week and we usually don't have any problem with their freshness. Thank you so much Zoe for your advice. You have been very helpful.

SCS butter won hands down when its out of oven but after a few days from 3rd day onwards , the tarts that was made with SCS butter turn soft and not crisp anymore. Is this because of the high milk content?

Will this happen to pineapple tarts made by Lurpak butter? Please kindly advice me Thank you so much in advance! Hi, Most pastries including pineapple tarts are generally crispy when they are freshly baked and loses its crispness gradually with the exposure of humidity and moisture. Yes that different butter can create different quality of pastry due to their different fat content and culture fragrance.

Having said that, I can't really tell if Lurpak butter helps to make the tarts crispy or fresher for longer. All I can say is that the tarts made with Lurpak are more enriched with nicer buttery fragrance. Hi Zoe, Need your advice on this. I baked some tarts yesterday, in the beginning the dough was very pliable to wrap. After 15 minutes, it starts to sort of break into hairline crack, making it very difficult to seal to filling up.

I used the rubbing-in method. I tried with and without chilling the dough but it still ended up with the cracking disaster. You described true love, nothing more, and I already told you that I truly love Sheila. When two single people fall into limerence, nobody worries about them. No one expects them to be in that euphoric romantic stage for the rest of their lives. If we did, we would worry, because we know that life cannot be lived that way for long.

It is too exclusive, too selfish, and too unproductive for them as individuals, a couple, and for society as a whole. We expect them to develop a more mature and broader level of love that is not as intense but is much more fulfilling; a love based on giving as well as taking, a love that is much more secure and less driven by moods, a love that is stable rather than reactive. We know from our work with thousands of marriages in crisis that you have a great likelihood of resenting Sheila.

The object of your love probably will become the object of your resentment. When limerence fades and you comprehend the costs of all you sacrificed for her, it is extremely likely that your mind will exacerbate her flaws. We see it every day. Nearly every person we work with who leaves his or her spouse for someone they love with limerence, and then marries that person, winds up divorced eventually. Most kids resent the person their Dad left their Mom for, or that Mom left Dad for.

They may treat her kindly, callously, or indifferently, based on how angry they are with you and whether or not they want to keep emotional connection with you. Your kids will rupture that fantasy. I bring that up because you mentioned your pastor and your past church involvement. The Bible you once believed says that God hates divorce Malachi 2: If you are honest with yourself, you know that you quit believing those because they contradict what you want to have with Sheila.

However, as you abandon those beliefs for her, what changes inside of you? You see, part of your identity is your belief and value system. When you change that, you change you. When a person becomes a Christian, she becomes a different person because she changed her beliefs and values. It works in reverse as well, John. As you change your beliefs and values, you become a different person. If you do, you may not care. Believe me; you will see it in years to come if you pursue this course.

Think you want to be that person, John? We call it rewriting history. That means that your mind actually focuses on any bad thing that happened with Melinda and makes it worse. Because of the intense emotions for Sheila, your own conscience had to justify your leaving Melinda. I also know where this love leads. But you are married.

Divorcing your wife to be with Sheila creates negative consequences for you, Sheila, Melinda, your children, parents, friends, and the kingdom of God. It may even seem good for a while. Nevertheless, the limerence will fade. When it does, you will come face-to-face with the consequences for you and all those others I mentioned. If you let us help you now, there will be far fewer awful consequences. Do the right thing, John, and good things happen.

They will not be as exhilarating as limerence, but they are much deeper and more fulfilling. His eyes indicated our conversation was over; he barricaded his mind and heart from me. I had anticipated that and had come on as strongly as I did because I feared I would have no second chance.

Therefore, I had tried to plant as many seeds as possible. Though hardly anyone believed it could happen, John decided to end his relationship with Sheila and try to restore his marriage.

After a lot of soul-searching, I realized I wanted to be me again. I wanted to be with her — there are days when I miss her intensely — but deep inside I wanted peace with myself, with my God, and with my children.

I love her…guess in a way I always did. Not only did she forgive me, she stood up for me to her family, our friends, and our church when she took me back. John and Melinda worked on healing their marriage. They allowed me to help them understand how he had fallen into limerence, how to heal their marriage, and how to learn to love each again.

Actually, they learned how to love each other more than they ever had before. It was not easy for John or Melinda. His deep emotions for Sheila did not end immediately.

They had taken time to develop and, therefore, they took time to reside. During the process, John went through a grief process similar to those experienced by people who lose loved ones to death. However, he worked through it. Admirably, Melinda understood and coped with amazing strength.

She forgave Sheila, though for obvious reasons she maintained no contact with her. Neither did John, though when he ended his relationship with Sheila, he worried about her future.

Sheila reacted badly initially, but eventually she, too, healed her heart and moved on. She fell in love with a good man. Wisely, she told him her experience and they sought counsel before they married.

They, too, have a good marriage. The story of John, Melinda, and Sheila is neither unique nor rare. Sometimes the husband falls into limerence with another. Other times the wife. While the dynamics change slightly, the same principles apply.

With the right help, their marriage can be saved and they can love each other more deeply than before. We see it every day and we can help your marriage just as we have thousands of others — no matter what you feel right now. If your marriage is in danger of separation or divorce, call us at to speak with someone or use the form below to request more information about our Marriage Helper workshop for troubled marriages.

We will keep everything you tell us completely confidential. Our motivation is to help you determine if this workshop is right for your particular situation. Joseph, my husband who has recently had an affair wants to hear your story and to know it is true. If you are willing to share, let me know and I will give you his email address. We receive thousands of people contacting us every month, so Joe does not have the time for personal emails. I would encourage you to have your husband look at the articles on the website as well as the video of Joe on the marriage seminar pages.

What about a 7year affair? How do you end it or know if you should? I know its a sin. Katie, if your affair has been going on that long, then you are very deeply involved in the affair. There are a lot of different things contributing to what is going on.

I highly, highly encourage you to contact our Marriage Helper representative. His name is Johnny. He will not be able to solve your issues, but he can explain to you the different things we have that CAN help you. His number is His email is johnny. Katie, what did you end up doing? Your situation sounds like mine except I met my lover when I was 13 and he was almost We never had sex as we were both holding out until marriage.

Five years later I married my present husband but I never forgot the love of my life. In , after 21 years of a mostly sexless marriage, my husband and I became completely celibate.

Then six years ago my first love called after 41 years of no contact. And now here we are, two middle-aged adulterers getting together every week but financially unable to leave our marriages. I pray everyday that God will forgive me. Im in a 8 year affair it started when we met whenn my then boyfriend left me ww dated for a bout three months and as soon as my bf came backaand decided it was time for us to marry I left him …but the truth is after all thistime all the hurt and pain I have eendured in my marriage I always felt I choose the wrong man …..

This is so hard…I am married and have two children with my husband I left him while he went to prison for 5yrs ,I got into a reliship with my bf who I love, I love them both, my husband is out of prison and wants me back and forgives me for everything I have done to him….

We understand how you feel, Ashley. As long as you are safe, you need to try and make your marriage work. Yes, if the two people in limerence are distant from each other proximity wise it draws out the limerence. My husband has been having an affair for about a month with someone.

I was hoping that when he comes home in July, them being apart would make him realize he really loves his family. You are saying this will get worse when he gets home? Please feel free to join our Facebook group page. Hey I just tried to join the Facebook group. The latest affair started in August and now we are in the verge of breaking up as my wife found out about it. Time will heal all pain. I found this article an eye opener especially when mentioned that when there is a distance between two people that it draws out the limerence.

May I ask how so? I do want my husband back. Our teenaged son still wants his dad home—and so do I. I know my husband still has love for me…the OW keeps doing what she can to kill it, though. The story Joe describes I think is pretty much what my husband felt when he left us a year and a half ago. He has not returned home but for what he tells me I think its what happened. He still with her, and in the past 6 months he has break up with her at least 4 times, he gets close to the kids and me and then returns again with her.

I have a big question, in your experience, how long do you think this coming back and return to the OW will last. I am getting kind of tired but since I have endure so long, sometimes I think it just a matter of time for it to dissolve. Thank you for sharing with us. Please look online at marriageradio. My husband is in another state for work and is in love with someone there. This has been going on for about a month and he is due to come back home in another month.

I was hoping once he gets back to our home and around his family that he may see that he needs to do the right thing and work things out. But, if distance draws it out, I could be very wrong.

Right now, he stays at the hotel she works at or her house and there is no trace of us there. Do you think it will be different when he gets back to his home? We had never been with anyone else until he cheated. Hi I read your story. How does a woman move on after a 26 years of marriage How does someone start over? How do you stop loving the other person?

Married to wife 7 years but totally committed for 23 total consecutive years….. Would you recommend asking your spouse to read this article if they are set on leaving you and their children for the OW who lives on the other side of the world? Hi Hopefully someone can help. My husband been having a affair since last year. In februrary he left to move in a flat with his 17 years old son.

Saying he need time apart to think. His OW moved in with him too unknow to me. She also apparently tjought i knew. Well he lived a double life for 6 months untill i pull the plug and contacted the OW. All his lies came up. But they decided to give a go.

Unknow to her he still texts me and call me. Also call me his best friend and soulmate. That he will fight for our friendship. We also have a 9 years old daughter. He says he keeping those texts and calls a secret as she is not ready to accept our friendshio but once she is secure in their relationship he will tell her??? He also said she lied to me and agree those lies where nasty. Really why do u want to stay with someone nasty???

I could have been nasty to her but i choose not to. I am better than that. Its like he doesnt want to let me go. Also if he loves her why does he portrait her as nasty selfish and so on to me?? I would have thought he would portrait her as nice and understanding not the opposite??? He also admitted that him moving together with her straight away was more convenience at the time to do with finances.

And if to do it again he wouldnt??? What does that mean??? I said to him that what he saying come across as he is trying to make out the best out of a wrong situation. He said yeah maybe but that is my mistake to make and to deal with. So why all this?? Why keep hugging me kiss on cheek?? Why calling me is best friend and soulmate?? Why saying he will fight for friendship?? Why believe she will accept it?? I know she wont.

Dont think any woman would as she doent trust him and wont trust fully ever again. Why saying if she doesnt accept it well tuff on her or she accept or she can leave????

Who would say that??? Or are those just words?? And why saying that to me??? I just dont know what to do. Sometimes i do see his old self. Sometimes i see who he is with her and that is not a nice person. He is totally different when she is around.

Even let her call him by his full name wich after 14 years together i never used as he always hated it but he let her?? Even so he told her he doesnt like being call that she still does which tell me she doesnt really care about his like and dislike??

Could be because his full name sound posher!! As she loves branded stuff and is all about apparences. Branded stuff he use to hate as to much look at me but wear now because she has been bying him all his clothes like what he had before is not good enough and lets erase it.

Or erase who you were before. I dont know what to think and what to do. It is crazy to think that I am not alone in this. I am currently married going on 4 years and currently seeing another guy. Our relationship started just talking through social media, and then we started going on bike trail rides and running errands with each other.

He has a girlfriend. We hit it off right away, our personalities meshed, neither of us really had to try. He says he can see a future with me, but still wants to get to know me. Soon it moved into texting, calling, and trying to see each other whenever we can. He plans for future activities and wants me to meet his work friends. I actually feel really sad that I need to choose between him and my husband. Me and my husband have a 3 year old son.

We got married at 19, and it was a wedding because I was pregnant granted— we got engaged 2 months prior to finding out. Everything was just hard from the beginning. I come from a loud family who likes to have parties with family friends and drink. My husband wants this life on the water, with a ton of money, not needing to work, etc.

While all that sounds nice, I could care less if I have to work the rest of my life. I actually enjoy working. My husband wants to move 2 hours away, and I am back and forth on the idea of moving. Part of me thinks maybe we can start fresh, and the other part of me wants to stay and start fresh with my boyfriend.

After reading this story it just hits so close to home, but I still have that overwhelming sense of doubt and unsure-ness, with the whole situation. Still trying to make pros and cons lists of moving, as well as staying in the relationship to see if feelings grow back for my husband, and subside from my boyfriend. I have never fallen for someone like I did with him. I know I am the problem, but it helps to read this story and try and consider everything. A very helpful article and it applies to my current situation very much.

Hi I have been reading a ton on limerance and think Im a victim of a wayward spouse who is, and has been currently in it for about 9 months. Im wondering what can if anything be done to save my soon to be ex husband from his obvious limerance. He has gone SO far with this, he drew up the divorce papers and sent them to me shortly after going completely public with his limerant relationship to the girl he left for the past fall of who I should add- is half his age she is freshly 20, we are both 41 and does NOT have a good track record for a girl so young, already having lived with 2 older men prior to meeting my Husband- and SO YOUNG!.

He has reached out to me a few times over the past 9 months…at first for sex and love, then totally broke it off for her about 3 mo after I left while she moved out and transitioned from her last bboyfriend, to my H.

He is a classic case other than there is ZERO decision left on his part in his mind. I knew he wasnt father material when we married, and was happy with my one daughter from a previous relationship years prior to getting into a relationship with my H. He actually told me he can see himself have. They havrnt spent more than one night apart since meeting this summer, and periodically on some nights they WERE apart, he called to say he still missed me and our daughter, BUT…..

Said even tho he misses us, OUR marriage is ovEr because of his dream girl who is moving with him in the summer of Then he even wanted to sneak and met me during January. And only talks about the bad times…which honestly only occurred since he met her and began an affair behind my back for a total of a month before kicking us out and totally pursuing HER. I KNOW Im probably barking up the wrong tree trying to delay divorce and save my marriage…but something tells me when this relationship dissolves with the little girl, he will need me again- even if I do sign the papers and go thru with the divorce he wants.

Except for i know because we live in a small town that things ARE starting to fall apart between them and their coming out with the relationship to the public has been a big stress on him…but his family who still loves me dearly, is sadly starting. To accept her and him together. What do i do? It is devoted to the standing spouse. Please call us at to get more details on the course. Amber or Johnny can explain the course in more detail and help get you signed up, if you would like to join.

I have been married 10 years and we have 2 young daughters under 7. In the beginning stages with my husband I had come out of an abusive marriage about 2 years before I met him. He was a breath of fresh air.. I fell for him instantly, knowing I would marry this man. Even during the early parts of our marriage I felt isolated, stuck, and disconnected from him. He spent 80 hour weeks building a business so I could stay home and raise our children. Things in bed were terrible too, and always have been.

I assumed that was the way it was supposed to be, and it was still much better than my previous abusive marriage. I couldt help but reach out to other men emotionally.

I would chat and text day and night, and sext, send pics and I loved the attention. Last year I started chatting with a man that was closer. He was single and I was always alone so we met for a drink. Things progressed quickly and it became a year long affair. I fell in love with him. I think about him constantly and he does too. He is willing to wait for me, support me, build a life with me, and help me move forward in life.

No one has ever made me feel as wanted and loved and understood. No one has ever put in effort with me this way before. As my husband grew suspicious we started going to counseling. The guilt was eating me up.

I confessed to my husband and told him the affair was over, that I will no longer contact the lover and he wants to work out our marriage.

I feel despair and trapped when I think of continuing life with my husband. I feel I have to choose between my happiness, my needs and feelings and those of my husband and children.

Your story sounds exactly like my life! I have been married now for over 20 years. I started an affair with him in Carried on for 1 year. Then lost contact for a bit. We reunited in and going very strong since. My husband is a very good man. He is loyal ,honest, hard working, social etc. I too like u, came from an abusive relationship before I met my husband. He is, but lacks affection and a connection to me.

I thought I was just too needy and tried to accept it being that he is a good man. But then when I started seeing my bf, he has all the qualities my husband was lacking.

I have fallen so in love with him. He too feels the same for me. That we are soulmates. He is willing to wait for me. I worry about making the best decision. I want to be with my bf but am afraid of regret for my kids and I. I desperately need guidance and help!!! These two comments really struck a chord with me.

He has been unsupportive from the word go, but I admit I never really noticed before we had children as I possibly enjoyed mothering him. However once we had children all this changed, I felt alone and isolated and unsupported. I never really realised that until somebody pointed it out. At some stage I asks my partner to go to marriage counselling, but he refused and told me that there was nothing wrong with him and if I had a problem I need to sort myself out.

Fast forward to the here and now, I have an extremely strong emotional affair with a man, a man I can imagine starting a new life with, but I am worried about my children. I love my children more than anything else in the world and I can not bare the thought of them having to come from a broken home. Then again I hate the idea of letting them watch me suffer and accept a loveless relationship.

And now to top it all my partner has engaged in sexual acts with another man. I found out and he has admitted it is true and that he very much regrets his actions. Anyway, I am pretty sure I should run, but I feel trapped. Any kind words would be very much appreciated. We lost our spark about two years ago and we both were just living around each other. It was a real rough patch. I went out side our marriage and had an affair that is still going on. I feel very much in love with my new girlfriend.

I love my wife and my children with all my heart, but I also love my new lover. Not only do I feel she may be my soul mate and have dreams of marriage with her, I also have a 3 month old child that Is a product of my affair. My situation of a little different than the story above. I am the other guy. I met my married girlfriend approximately five years ago. We started out talking about things and it eventually progressed into a physical relationship.

I have known her husband and knew of him for numerous years prior. This man does not have very many friends as he has no social skills he is very controlling and mentally abusive toward his wife. Her husband has recently found out about our long affair and wants her to choose between him or me.

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