‘Don’t ob­sess over the life you once HAD’

Woman (UK) - - Talking About -

Woman’s agony aunt Suzie Hay­man shares her ad­vice on deal­ing with the af­ter­math of an af­fair…

When the per­son you love falls for some­one else it can feel like you’re sec­ond best. no. it just means he can’t ap­pre­ci­ate your true worth – but some­one else will.

Put the chil­dren first. don’t bad mouth him, or his new part­ner and en­cour­age good con­tact for your chil­dren. He was a lousy part­ner, but he can be a good dad.

cry on your loved ones shoul­ders but not your chil­dren’s. then con­sider the ben­e­fits of your new life. You can pur­sue the dreams you had that he didn’t like.

get sup­port. if you feel you aren’t mov­ing on, call re­late on 0300 100 1234, or go to their web­site re­late.org.uk and get some pro­fes­sional guid­ance.

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