A little more than four years ago, my husband left me for another woman. A relative advised me to get on a plane, fly to Hong Kong — where my husband was spending months at a time for work — and fight for my marriage. I was scared for the future and what life would be like without him. While we had once been unable to get enough of each other, by this point we could barely tolerate each other’s company and walked through our lives as business partners more than anything else. When I first learned about her existence after seeing suspicious texts on his phone, I was determined to find out whatever I could — who she was, how long she knew my husband and, most important, what she wanted from him. In a handful of conversations, I ordered her to leave my husband alone. Instead she grew more steadfast in her position; she said he was hers now and there was nothing I could do to change that. During what would be his last visit home, he announced he was leaving me and I dropped to my knees and urged my cheating husband to stay. By that point our marriage had been deteriorating for years.Here, I show how, with a bit of honesty and several servings of humble pie, women can begin the process of reviving the most unsalvageable marriage and win back the love of a cheating man.The first step towards recovery needs you to commit to change.The scorned wife yanked the man out of the car and began pummeling him, according to a report.She then allegedly poured gasoline on him and set him alight.A few days ago, I had lunch with two divorced women who really made me re-evaluate how I feel about certain divorce situations.One woman's husband had left her for another women (who he is still involved with).
Officials with the Laurel County Sheriff's Office say 40-year-old Vera Wooten, of Corbin, drove her severely burned husband to the hospital for treatment after the Monday night incident.Meanwhile, Wooten’s suspected romantic rival drove off, but not before dialing 911 and seeing Wooten’s husband engulfed in flames.The 40-year-old wife then bundled her injured spouse into a car and raced to St Joseph Hospital London.In other words, the relationship is basically based on lies, so it will never work out.The next day, I received an email from the other woman (the one who had left her husband) telling me that she was really offended by my comment, because she and her boyfriend were both still married and cheating on their spouses when they first met.But more than that, deep down I knew that getting on a plane to try to save our marriage would do no good. Unmoved by my heartfelt pleas for him to stay, including a handwritten letter that I later retrieved from his briefcase long after it went unanswered, my husband continued his relationship with his mistress.