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I was the Other woman, But i Didn’t Know

We were so in love, he was the best thing that ever happened to me. John was a lawyer and i was running the financial affairs of my family’s store. whenever we met, it felt like we collided with the universe. It was so beautiful. No one ever touched me like he did. He was so cute and gentle, my whole world revolved around him.

Many times, he spent the nights at my place. The days he did not, it was not a big deal because i could never phantom that he could be married somewhere with 3 kids. Shockingly he was. His wife, a tall black woman was always on the road travelling. she was always out of town due to her job. So John used this opportunity to always be with me.

However, the wife had been monitoring him without his knowledge until the unfortunate day , she located us on our date and came with a gun.

That was like my worst nightmare, because i was not even given the time to cry about the fact that the man i was so in love with was married and a gun is being pointed at my face. The wife asked us to kneel down in public, threatening to shoot us if we lied we weren’t dating.

John spent the whole time denying me and i spent the whole time with a mouth open wondering what mess i had gotten myself into. fortunately, for us the woman dropped the weapon down and asked John to follow her home. I was left there alone.

Suddenly my clouds became dark, i was deeply hurt. That was the only man i have ever deeply loved, and just with a blink of an eye, he was gone. My world was crashing, but i’m grateful i left that place alive.

That was the last time i ever heard or spoke to John. But i still love him and I’ve been unable to get over him. So i’m sitting here wondering whether i should call him, reconnect or should i just move on with my life without him? . It is so hard being the other women, when you did not even prepare for it.

6 thoughts on “I was the Other woman, But i Didn’t Know”

  1. Jo Green says:

    Just move on . It isn’t worth trying to rekindle a lie. Been there done that.

  2. Davida says:

    You’ll forget about him eventually. Trust me, trying to contact him would only open a flood of emotions you could do without. So toughen up. And move on. And by moving on, I don’t mean trying to find someone else to take his place. Do things that revolve around your happiness and wellbeing. Do you.

  3. Evaristo Mwilongo says:

    Much paining to love someone by all measures and after ward you realise she/he will not be yours because of the hidden parmanent relationship he is in for it.

  4. Allen says:

    I like to this

  5. lilly says:

    More on girl! He wasn’t meant for you and he never loved you as he concealed the truth about himself

  6. Rll says:

    If he married hé off limits period!

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