Need advice. Unhappy marriage, in love with an older woman.

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Need advice. Unhappy marriage, in love with an older woman.

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    friedsnake
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    December 30, 2014 at 7:41 am #69722
    Need advice. Unhappy marriage, in love with an older woman.

    First of all, I want to say that I am in a loveless and unhappy marriage.

    My wife and I went to an office to sign papers. The person in charge was a beautiful woman who is 6 years older than me. I couldn’t keep my eyes off of her all the time we were there (we stayed almost an hour). She noticed me staring at her when she came back from getting something. She looked at me for a few seconds, smiled and looked away. This happened every time she needed to step away from her desk.

    While we were signing we maintain lots of eye contact. She kept making funny and cute faces while explaining things to us. I thought she was really cute. I think she was flattered of the attention I was giving her.

    When we said good-bye, she walked us to the door and looked at my wife to say bye to her. Then she turned to me when my wife wasn’t looking and gave me the most sexy, loving look I have ever seen. I can’t quite describe it. It was as if she was flattered, or she liked me,


    friedsnake
    Participant
    December 30, 2014 at 7:42 am #69723

    or wanted me to contact her later.

    Later that day, I couldn’t get my mind off of her. I felt a knot in my chest. Later that day I shoot her an email about how it was nice meeting her but she didn’t reply. I was bummed.

    A week passed and I still couldn’t get this woman off my mind. I had feelings for her since the first day I met her. I asked her if she can do work for me on future projects and if we can go out for lunch or coffee sometime to get to know each other better. I complimented her on her skills, which I really believed to be outstanding. I also said that I will ask her to do work for me even if she later works for another company. She seemed to be touched by my emails.
    She said she could go to lunch next week. However, something always came up. Finally, we went to lunch right next to her office, a month after that first meeting. We spent 90 minutes in lunch talking mostly about personal things rather than work. She asked me if I had kids and I said no. I asked her if


    friedsnake
    Participant
    December 30, 2014 at 9:27 am #69724

    she was married and she said she’s never married and doesn’t have any kids. We talked about fitness and religion. She said she was old, and I said “you are not!” She made me look at her tummy area while saying that if she didn’t exercise she would be very fat. She said it was very nice talking to me, but that I was a little quiet.

    Originally we were going to go to a downtown restaurant but because she was busy, we settled on going nearby only. So, during lunch, she said she wanted to go to the downtown restaurant next time. She mentioned twice and one more time in an email later. I was pleasantly surprised she still wanted to go to downtown. I thought the meeting in the nearby restaurant was the only place we were going to go.

    After lunch, I shoot her an email saying I had a wonderful time with her and I gave her some links to fitness info and I asked her about an spirituality class. She replied saying she had a wonderful time too and that she would get back to me on the class