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11-28-2009 @ 5:08PM
Some awesome advice, and I third the recommend to GTFO of the guild. Transfer off server if you have to. A clean break is really the only way to go here. I agree that this is not really a WoW issue. Relationships can survive affairs, true, but only if both parties are equally committing to salvaging them. Taking a break from the game and then transferring servers is a good test of that IMO. If the husband protests at all, that would send up a red flag to me.Sadly, this story IS as old as online communications. Back in '93-ish I saw an entire MUD implode over an affair once. A married IMM (whose wife even played also) cheated with one of the more respected players, all hell broke loose. Something similar happened in a PBeM D&D game of all things, too, someone married taking the roleplaying too far. Game long enough online and you'll see it. :(
11-28-2009 @ 11:27PM
Amwn to that....think about it this way, if your significant other were having an emotional affair with soeone on your bowling team, would you stick around to 'not hurt the team'??? No, of course not, that would be foolish and would not help the situation at all.... you can't take away responsibility from the man's actions but for the sake of your marriage don't put him in a situation that continues to cause the problem....
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