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I am sorry that you are going through this. I actually do agree with you on this. Whether or not she is being honest is a fact to debate. However, I would say that this is disrespectful. I do think that most men would agree with you on this and me being a woman I do not consider this behavior is "normal" and do believe she should take your advice on cleaning when he is not there. I do not see the necessity of needing to sleep over. Even if she feels she needs to do this in order to get what she wants with the house she is going about it the wrong way. She should really consider your feelings in this and respect you. About the fact if something is going on or not would be a reality based in the emaik
you found that sure raises suspicions.
If you want to stay or not really depends on how you are feeling as well as
how long you choose to have patience and accept this. It seems as though
you have spoke to her and she is not seeing things from your view, so if this continues it really depends on you. As well as if she is willing to lose you over this.
I told her last weekend that I wanted out and that this situation is just to much for me to accept. She has been constantly calling, emailing, and trapping me at home to profess that nothing is going on, that she sleeps upstairs and he downstairs. She is not letting go and wants to plan a vacation together. She says going to the house that she pays for for just one night every other week is her personal alone time and that I should understand that.
It really would be up to you if you believe this or not as it could be true, but still if she wants to be in a relationship she does need to compromise. That is what a relatonship is all about plus those emails is what is also concerning.
fThere are alternatives since she can go when he is not there.
She seems to care about you, but this is really about whether or not the two of you are on the same page about what is right or "wrong" in a relationship
Hi Are you still with me?