My husband is 60 years old, and I am also 60 years old. My husband has been cheating for 8 years. When he was young, he had been outside without interruption. At that time, I had to work and had no time or energy, but I also had trouble and pretended to be crazy. But now, I have the energy to make trouble and become old, have time, and have money.
It can be seen that my husband loves this woman very much, and she hasn't even approached me. I took the initiative to approach her, but she didn't admit it. She said she hoped that our husband and wife would be happy and spend their old age happily. I stayed up for a while, but when I found out they were still in contact, I scolded her! I called her, and my husband was still there. I wanted to secretly record it, but he reminded her that she was not afraid and even asked me to record it. I'll show this recording to my sons. The woman even volunteered to speak to my son and said she won't contact my husband again. The problem is, my husband volunteered to take money to compensate the woman. What should I do?
I know he bought her a house and is still paying for the mortgage. My husband wants to give her the money all at once, not disappoint her, and live a good life with me. However, the house he bought for her, although not in a residential area, is only 5 minutes away, mainly from her balcony where we can see our home. She is higher than me.
Of course, my husband's family and friends now know that my husband is a very good and responsible person. I have all the money. My husband doesn't have a card, and the company and real estate are all in my name. Although I have lived for a lifetime, I only handled the marriage certificate with me six years ago because I was not allowed to make trouble.
Hello, after 60 years of ups and downs, my husband and wife have been together. After all these years, we have survived. I think good times are coming soon. We are all sixty years old and we are already struggling. It's time to seek stability. Your husband has a company and real estate, so he can be considered a wealthy person, but doesn't he also control all the wealth he creates under your name? It's just that you have no way to control his heart and emotions in your lifetime, and that's why he gave his heart to another woman. Your husband, because he cannot fully hand over himself to that woman, has to use money to compensate her with guilt, indicating that he cares about her and loves her, so he will be willing to pay for her.
As for you, are you reluctant to give up that little money for your husband's return to family and your embrace? If you believe that your husband can really spend money to smooth out the relationship between him and that woman, then you should support his approach. After all, at this age, what is more important, spouse is more important, and companionship is more important. Therefore, since you have endured it from a young age until now, there is no need to pay too much attention to his romantic affairs from now on, because he has shown signs of stopping, why not choose to achieve it. The important thing is that you need to find a way to reach a united front with your husband now. When you were young, you ignored him and controlled him. Instead, you need to give him full freedom. Your husband will be grateful for this, and then embrace you. We should have a good heart to heart relationship, eliminate past barriers, turn conflicts into friendship, and live a peaceful and happy old age. You should think this way, if your relationship is good, naturally you won't worry about others disturbing or interfering in it.