It started when I was a little naughty and made a play to see if she would react — and she did.
I’m a 53-year-old bloke and she is 51. I have always been a lovable rogue. I was married for 22 years to my son’s mother but have never taken life seriously.
During my marriage I had constant affairs — dozens by the time I left my wife.
My son got married last year and I took to his mother-in-law as soon as I met her a month or so before the wedding. My son is 26 and his wife is 24.
The mum and I were making eyes at one another at the wedding, even though my ex was there. My daughter-in-law is a sexy little number and so is her mum.
She has been married for 24 years. Her husband provides her with security and the stability she needs but she says he bores the pants off her.
We managed to swap numbers at the wedding then just clicked in every way. We’re having an amazing affair.
We have been on this roller coaster for almost a year now. I can honestly say we were made for one another and it kills us both that we can’t be “us” around anyone else.
We have fallen in love massively and would jump at the chance to be together. She has a great figure. She has looked after herself and it shows.
Close friends have warned me I will lose my son and soon-to-be-born grandchild if this comes out — but neither of us can walk away from it.
She loves me just as much as I love her. She’s described her situation as being trapped. Her husband is a good man but we don’t feel the slightest bit of remorse or guilt.
We want to spend our lives together. We are both in our fifties and worry that time is running out. Feel free to tell me off for getting into this situation — but we cannot live without each other.
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DEIDRE SAYS: I wonder whether your ex would see your endless cheating as “lovable”. My guess is not – and nor would your son see any humour in you having an affair with his mother-in-law.
Just think of the damage this could do to his relationship.
In fact, it could be just the outrageousness of having this affair that gives you such a buzz.
If the fuss calmed down and you found yourself in a settled relationship, how long before your feet would start to itch again and you’d be cheating on her?
In other words, I think this is about old drives of yours, not that you have met the love of your life. At least explore this with a counsellor before you rip apart so many lives.
Meanwhile, tell your lover to work on her marriage, to be sure she wants to leave a good man. She admits she needs stability and security – and I’m not sure you’d fill his shoes.
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