This letter is deep, cause its true… My husband of 25 years came home at 5am on Christmas eve, which was unusual for him to come home at that time. I was up waiting when he arrived and he stated he must talk to me, cause he is “No longer in love with me.” I sat in shock and listened and said, “Okay”, then. I left the room and he left the house. He came home the next morning, which was Christmas morning. I was up waiting and he said he’d cheated and we have had a 25 year run and again, he’s no longer IN love, but after 25 years, he “loved” me. Again in shock, I said, “Okay”. Upon finding out that he was no longer in love with me, I set out to make plans to leave him and our home, realizing this was over. I have moved out and I’m taking one day at a time to heal. Now 3 weeks later, he is calling my cell phone crying, saying he didn’t mean what he said and he was depressed and had a break down. He said the cheating was due to him drinking alcohol and it happened 3 years ago. As you can tell from my demeanor, we have had disturbing conversations before – “blame it on the alcohol.” Morning crew, can you blame me for moving on and ending this menage trio with my husband, alcohol and myself?
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