Your Husband Left You for Another Woman

One of the more common reasons behind this is the existence of another woman. Sometimes, the husband is clearly leaving to be with the other person. And other times, he's denies that her existence is really the deciding factor in his walking away.
Wives very rarely believe this. Most of them feel that if they can figure out a way to get the husband to break things off with the other person, then they will have a chance to repair their marriage.

If your husband left you for another woman, you are not alone. After all, over 50% of marriages end in divorce. Even if both of you wanted to save your relationship, the time after an affair can be a volatile one.

Remember who you were when your husband first fell in love with you. It's highly likely that you were upbeat, open, engaging, confident, and attentive. Define exactly what your husband loved about you the most and, even in this tough time, put it on full display.

The best thing you can do right now is show him that you don't need him. After all, he's going to expect you to beg and plead with him to come back. He's going to expect you to be uncooperative about a divorce or separation. And he's going to expect you to be there with open arms if he decides to come back.

All relationships have their weak moments. Your relationship with your husband did and his new relationship will as well. That's why it's so crucial that you position yourself as a friend and confidante to him. Although you may feel that you're making yourself look weak or used by doing this, you're actually not. Your husband will see your desire to be friends as a sign of maturity and acceptance. He'll come to respect you for it.

You need to really figure out what caused the affair to happen in the first place so that you can attack the problem, and not just attack the other woman. If you can talk to your husband about it and get to the root of the problem, then that will make it easier to get him back.

If you have kids and can not completely cut off contact, reduce it to the absolute bare minimum. What this will do is cause your husband to be unsure what you are doing and who you are doing it with. He will think about you more if he doesn't hear from you. It will also give him the opportunity to miss you which he can not do if you are always in contact with him.

Start fixing yourself up when you know you're going to see him. Be as nice as possible. Try to interact with your husband in a low-key, but still flirtatious way. Just don't be too obvious about it. The best thing you can do right now is show him what he's going to be missing if he really goes through with the divorce.