Did he tell you she's bipolar and evil? Ever wonder what he says about you to her? <br />
If he truly wants to end it with this woman, he will send her a letter telling her he's finished and no longer wants contact with her. In the letter he should tell her not to communicate with him via ANY means. Then he MUST stick to totally ignoring her. If she starts bothering him, you, your family, friends, etc. in any way. He needs to report her to law enforcement. If that dosen't work, he can take the letter he sent her, the police reports to court and get a Protective Order. <br />
Even if he ends it with her, you need to get counseling to figure out what's going on with him that makes him cheat on his wife. <br />
Do you really deserve this nonsense? He brought this on you.
Divorce him and let him lie in the bed he has created.
Hide your bunny.
What everyone said here is right: your husband chose to cheat, and now that the affair is inconvenient for him he lets go of her and runs back to you. Naturally, the other woman would be hurt, causing her to act in ways that may seem 'bipolar and evil' as you (and your husband may) claim.<br />
Have you considered that your husband is telling you this about her to make him appear less blameless in the situation? While he was cheating with her, did it occur to you that he may have also been blaming you for him straying?<br />
Let him fix this problem with her alone. Don't let him use you to defend him, because the next time you hit another rocky patch in your marriage, most likely he'll find an excuse to run off with someone else and run back to you when the situation becomes too much for him to handle.
Firstly divorce your husband, once a cheater, always a cheater!!! By supporting him through this what messege are you sending him?? He cheated on you and now the other women clearly wont let go, bipolor or not! he runs to you for help...<br />
You should get rid of him, you will never trust him again.<br />
good luck x
Hi niowa<br />
Poor hubby. Bad other woman. Supportive wifey. Victim. Persecutor. Rescuer.<br />
Bad Hubby. Manipulator.<br />
I would definitely WALK.<br />
Leave him to the bipolar....what he deserves
Once a cheater always a cheater. Dump him and let her have him!
Let him solve his own problems. He started it why should you be the one to finish it.
if he wants it to end it will end Question is even if it ends are you willing to stay? Or are you done with him doesnt sound like you are but a very difficult road ahead
I think the whole bipolar thing is just a lie that he is telling you. Cheaters should never prosper, leave the louse.
Well like on your way to work talk to yourself and see if you still love him or not but you need to talk with this girl but maybe she only wants him for his money!!
"Wants" to end it? If he really wanted to end it, he'd just end it. It's as simple as that. <br />
As far as bi-polar and evil, I think these are speculations. Maybe the woman is bi-polar (that's a whole other issue than being evil...) as you say, but that has NOTHING to do with your husband (in)ability to end it. If he serious, he'd just end it.<br />
Sounds like you need to take action. Instead of waiting for him to end it, do yourself a favor - kick your hubby to the curb and the girl will follow. Then BOTH will be out of your life. Problem solved. I know, I know, easier said than done, but it's a start. You will re-build your life without a cheating partner and things will be better.
Have you seen the movie Fatal Attraction?
He gets what he deserves.
As a bipolar myself,didn't undersaten the part She is Bipolar and very evil,bipolar it's a mental illness,maybe your husband get some blame as well,after all they are both guilty,not for the fact that she's bipolar,we are not thinks we are persons,in my opinion he souldn't had go to her in first place,but hey it's just a opinion from a bipolar
It's you husband who cheated, so don't you think he should bear the responsibility for bringing this woman into your lives? Just a thought. Also, if she's bipolar, she's ILL, not evil, again, something for you to ponder. If i were you i'd get rid, but im very black and white about infidelity. Good for you if you can forgive him, but honestly, can you ever trust him again? I think you may be focusing on the wrong person here as the guilty party - how do you know she's bipolar for example? Did your hubby tell you this, or do you have a doctor's note? Guess what the most common excuse men use when they want to have their cake and eat it - 'oh i cant leave her - she's mad' - sound familiar? How do you know he isn't saying the exact same thing about you to his mistress? Here's one or two things i can almost guarantee he's said to her; 'oh, she doesn't understand me like you do' or 'we sleep in separate rooms' or 'i'm only with her for the kid's sakes' or 'i would leave her, but she's mad'.....the list goes on. I'm not saying this to be hurtful, but you can't blame her & her alone - it takes two & the one who was meant to think of you wasn't her, it was him & he didn't. Please just bear that in mind before you vilify this woman - for all you know, she's as much a victim of all this as you are - especially if she's mentally ill & that's a BIG if. Lots of luck to you x
I'd try out a *********, the hole angry sex idea could work.