No it is not my intention to get divorce, my intension is to fight for my marraige
I have already informed my husband to inform her that I will sue her for breaking up my marraige should this situation come to a divorce my husband requested me to stop sending messages of warning to her as he stateted that it was creating problems for him at work, I told him that he has to tell her to stop it cause she would be the cause of him possibly loosing his job because she has already put a grievance in to the HR Department about the warning messages that I send her and he was called in but because i don't work at the same company I would not know what the outcome of the discussion between them was. I was informed by my husband that she was having marritial problems and I told him not to make it his problem I did warn him a few times that he was getting to familiar with her and it was not acceptable
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