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11-28-2009 @ 6:48PM
Drama Mama's I commend you on a wonderful well written and thought provoking article. I also, have been in a very similar situation. I'm a wife and a mother and I play wow. My husband does not as it doesn't interest him. Early on in the beginnings of my adventure I happen to meet someone who was new to wow also and we paired up and became friends. Soon enough, we were spending all our in-game time together and we leveled from 1 til 70 and raided. Over the course of a year things got more and more passionate and before I knew it, I thought I was in love and so did he and we emailed, talked on vent( we even had a bind set up so only we could hear each other even if we were in a chat channel with alot of other people). That moved onto a web cam viewing. We were happy, and all the while I was hiding this from my husband, he just thought we were friends.After quite a few months, the pin dropped for my husband and he demanded to know what was going on. The ensuing discussion was not pretty and he then involved the other guys which again was not pretty even tho we lived thousands of miles away.I was given an ultimatum.... leave my husband and be with the other guy, or stay with him husband and cut all contact. I chose the latter and I'm so thankful I did. With that said, it doesn't mean I don't think about the "fun" times I had and that I don't miss chatting with him, but ultimately my marriage, the man I pledged my life and heart and soul to, is the man who comes first in my life. I had since transferred servers and I have learned a very valuable lesson.
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