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I've been seeing a married man for two years now. The first year we went to lunch every day and enjoyed each other's company. I fell in love with him within months and told him apologetically. He kept saying he was sorry but he'd been married 27 years and loved his wife. We did not touch each other for a year and continued to lunch. I was married 24 years and decided to divorce my husband due to the strong feelings that I had for my friend. We are still seeing each other and have gotten very physical. He says his wife never gives him sex and she does not work on her looks either. She does however own a company and makes all of their money which is tied up in a ranch, house, cattle, etc... What should I do? I feel that I am ruining his life due to my inappropriate behavior. We are definitely in love with one another and don't know what to do.

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