15 years and counting
I have been in a faithful relationship with my children father for 15 years. We have our share of ups and downs. Recently we became homeless as both if us lost our jobs. We are now living apart. I havehave found myself enjoying the space. Well long story short I have reconnected with an exboyfriend and I realize how much I miss him. I have been unhappy with my current relationship for over two years now. I love him as the father of my children, but I I'm not in live with him. I feel I since of guilt and disloyalty because I did at a point was very much in love with him. Should I leave him? Of course this is the short version of this 15 years relationship.
If you can state that you're not in love with him, then you will eventually walk away from him. 15 years is a substantial block of your life and even more so, when shared with one partner and children. If you have been unhappy for 2 years and you have failed to do anything about it, then your actions and your heart are speaking.
If you make a decision to move on, then you shouldn't go back to the ex BF because you miss him, and shouldn't use him as an excuse to leave, rather you should start over with a clear thinking head after you have properly left your 15 year old relationship.
if you've spread yourself to your ex you've already commited sin,you'll never be happy in another relationship that's why you feel guilt and shame(not disloyalty)!another relationship cannot work outside of the marriage, because that's not what the lord put together.if we walk thru the world with no morals and give into whats bad then what good are we to being here.A bad tree cannot bear good fruit(children!) and a good tree cannot bear bad fruit!we as parents have to pass to our children the good things were thought by our father or we pay from our childrens wrong doings.we also pay for our own wrong doings by enduring sickness's.