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Do I need to give my cheating ex a chance that is second years later on? Ask Ellie

Q: After 13 years married, I’ve been divorced for 32 years. My ex-husband cheated I left on me and.

He’d grown from a really ugly teenager into a really good-looking guy. Ladies tossed on their own at him and then he couldn’t resist.

I’ve forgiven him because We understand We would have to be alone these past 30-plus years to use my own abilities and achieve a grand life style which we’d never have reached as a few.

My ex-husband, remarried for 25 years, happens to be widowed.

I’d like to ask him back in our house. It is no fun to own every thing with no someone to share it with. And I also want our house reunited.

We’re 75 and retired, but I’m uncertain if his cheating days are over.

I’m indifferent about a sex-life between us. But we don’t wish to risk him embarrassing me personally within my community, where I’ve worked hard in order to become a citizen that is leading by him sneaking around and cheating.

He’s still a handsome, distinguished-looking older gentleman. Continue reading