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    If someone wants to be with their ex after being married openly saying to your face he/she regrets marrying you, he/she wish he/she had that other life, or life would be so easy and simple if it was with his/her ex and not you. Being in mind they are married, would wanting/wishing to be with someone considered adultery?
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    expressing a desire for infidelity is not the same as actually doing it.
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    (Original post by AOF1004)
    If someone wants to be with their ex after being married openly saying to your face he/she regrets marrying you, he/she wish he/she had that other life, or life would be so easy and simple if it was with his/her ex and not you. Being in mind they are married, would wanting/wishing to be with someone considered adultery?
    It's emotional adultery and really really nasty! How hurtful. Did this happen to you? Are you looking for divorce on the grounds of adultery?
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    Yes this does happen to me, ive been hit, slapped, punched in the face (face swelled and bruised, it was a little bit noticeable), ive also been called names and made fun of for loving he/she so damn much, ive been hit on the leg with a bat like object (again left a bruise) and very recently hit with a weight plate to the arm several times and he/she held a knife like object treating to slash my face (however dont think he/she would actually go thaaat far) ..i know what people would say that im stupid for hanging around but i really do love this person with everything i have.. i dont hit him/her nor do i cheat either, all my attention is on that one person. Just talking to my own family will get this person so angry. I just dont know what to do.
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    (Original post by AOF1004)
    If someone wants to be with their ex after being married openly saying to your face he/she regrets marrying you, he/she wish he/she had that other life, or life would be so easy and simple if it was with his/her ex and not you. Being in mind they are married, would wanting/wishing to be with someone considered adultery?
    Look up "adultery" in a dictionary some time.
 
 
 
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