My wife cheated and ruined my life. w*f to do now?

My wife has always been crazy in love with me, when I was a teenager it even scared me sometimes. She is a loving kind hearted person who is a good mother and has good values. I have known for a long time that this woman is the one I could be happy sharing my life with forever. have worked 11 years to support my family, buy house cars and put food on table- at times 2 jobs, while she was stay at home mom. Now I am stay at home dad while she works due to health problems. Shr decided to have a relationship with a counselor at a different program. She kept it secret from everyone and wouldn't even tell truth when I caught her. She met in a parking lot for sex with him twice a week, had romantic, personal discussions, and phone sex with him until 3 in morning while I slept next to her. This went on even after I caught her texting - she said it was a friend and deleted everything. I knew it was more- 3am- male on the phone!I caught her again 3 mo later - texts on face book- I love you/ you would be good father/ what would our baby look like/ thanks for getting birth control I love c*****g inside you/our spouses don't know what they're missing and are probly cheating on us anyway/ love you so much can't wait to see you/ is your husband home?/ he went out I can talk till 12 / I should come over/ blah blah blah it goes on. I never thought my wife was even capable of all this but she tells me it is over . Then I find out that she contacted after we talked to clear the air as she has to maintain work relationship with him or she could be fired. I have asked her to look for new job- no, says she can't find another job like this/ asked her to cut all ties to him- no it would compromise her job/ asked if we could change things in our marriage to make things better- no she feels disconnected from me. We are going to marriage and individual counseling and I am taking anti depressant anxiety meds cuz my world is all f- Ed up. We have two kids been married for 5 of 15 yr/ advice?

Asked By: - 11/26/2012
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I can't go through all the details... More
Answered By: jeff - 11/26/2012
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She's already dumped you. Ball's in your court.
Answered By: John J. S - 11/26/2012
sex is bad no wonder she dumped u
Answered By: Grayce - 11/26/2012
IF I were you, I'd go down while she's at work and file for child custody. Then, I'd file for divorce. IN the divorce I'd demand alimony child support and the house and all that's in it. Then I'd have the locks changed, so she can't get in and then I'd call her lovers wife and let her know all about what her and her... More
Answered By: Sue B - 11/26/2012
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