I would stay.
Then I would LEAVE.
I have told him as such, and already have a plan ready in case I find out that he is cheating on me.
If it is a long-standing affair, I will stay put first and gather evidence. I will hire a private investigator and make sure that I have an iron-clad case for an annulment before I proceed.
Once I have what I need, I would calmly go to the bank and clean our accounts. I already have another account ready for this purpose.
Then on the day of the account clean up, I will take our child, pack all our belongings in 3 suitcases, and move out of the house. I already have a house prepared if in case this happens.
I will write a letter to his parents, and inform them what their son has done.
That way, if their son runs back to his parents, they are ready and will know what to say.
I will contact our lawyer to see if there’s anything that needs to be done. But we have a pre-nup and everything is pretty clear cut, so the legal aspect should be easy.
After that, we will move out of the house and out of his life.
I will still come to work as needed as so many families depend on me. But I will take away from him his peace of mind and his child. He will most likely not spend that much time with her again.
Of course, my heart will break into a million pieces. I will cry, and I will probably have my regrets.
Such a waste of a nice married life.
But hey, the man I married is stupid to throw everything away for another woman. And I did warn him that I would leave him if he did.
It’s just a matter of putting the plan in action.
I said I would, and I will… if he cheats.
Maybe that’s why he hasn’t cheated at all. He knows I will do what I say, and have the capacity to do so.
So only an idiot would cheat. And if he did, she can have him.
Husband, don’t screw me over. Or I will make sure you regret that decision for the rest of your life.