Typically, post break-up, former lovebirds want to get as far away from the other as possible, at least until they can see each other without bursting into tears or wanting to light the other person on fire. But in Fran Drescher's new TV LAND sitcom, Happily Divorced, the protagonist's (also named Fran) husband never moves out. Then again, the marriage dissolves not out of a lack of love or an affair. Rather, it turns out Fran's husband Peter plays for the other team. As he states in the pilot episode, which dives right into the moment where Peter comes out to his wife of 18 years. He gently tells her that he still loves her and that "There's no other woman in my life but you."
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Lonely 54 yr old male, divorced almost 2 years after 28 yr marriage. Wife found an older man,lol. In search for a long term relationship. I miss being married and I hate the loneliness of being alone. No idea of what went wrong but I guess it was bound to happen? Todays world????
I just broke up with my boyfriend of three years, but he's still hoping we'll end up together. Neither of us is dating anyone new, so we still have "ex-sex" occasionally. He insists he can handle it emotionally, but is it wrong to continue when I have no intention of getting back together with him?