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Oh, I’ll tell you where you went wrong alright -- by trying to pursue a married woman!
Just because she is nice to you and laughs at your jokes does not mean she’s romantically interested in you. And maybe she realised that you’re in it for more than friendship and decided to cut things off right there.
I would suggest you behave appropriately, keep your distance and look for a relationship elsewhere.
I need not remind you that it’s also your job on the line if she complains of sexual harassment at your workplace.
Look elsewhere, there are plenty of fish in the sea!
You’re having an affair with a married woman, but that’s on both of you, not just you. She should have stood up to her family instead of getting married against her will.
It’s a good thing there are no children in the picture yet, or the situation would get even messier.
Forget what her husband decides, why won’t she just decide what she wants to do with her life and leave him? What’s the point of her going back to the States?
She should start thinking for herself and do the needful before the situation goes from bad to worse.
If her family has any sense, they will accept her decision and stand by her. And if they don’t, well, she’s got you, hasn’t she?
I don’t think you really have any serious problems in your life at all; it’s your perceptions that are all wrong.
Let me straighten this out for you, one issue at a time.
First off, you have one weird, unpredictable friend who once told you she loved you and then went and married someone else.
Not once have you stated that you are in love with her or have feelings for her. In fact, when she said she loved you, you brushed it off.
She contacts you when she’s bored and cuts you off when she’s not.
And now, it’s come to the point where you really need to be the one blocking her and not the other way around...
You want to get rid of her? Block her once and for all. And if she still manages to get in touch, tell her politely that you have had enough of this one-sided friendship and not to contact you again.
Second, about what you think is a porn ‘addiction’... An addiction is something that interferes with your normal life, career and relationships. It’s an obsession that consumes you every waking hour.
And, from what you’ve said, I don’t think you’re watching such volumes of pornography every day, are you?
Furthermore, unless you’re into grannies, I don’t think there’s anything wrong with being attracted to women older than you... everyone has a type!
If after everything I’ve said you still fancy you have problems, I’d suggest visiting a therapist. But before spending that kind of money, think long and hard about what I’ve said and decide for yourself whether you think you need it.