- An woman has revealed her daughter and husband are having an affair
- The man is not the father of her daughter and they have been sleeping together
- The woman has been living with them both for a year since she found out
- She said she was ‘broken, disgusted and hurt’ by the relationship
- The mother asked for advice from Ravishly’s advice columnist Erin
A devastated woman has asked for advice, confessing that her husband and daughter are having an affair and she doesn’t know what to do.
The anonymous mother from the US sent Ravishly’s Ask Erin advice column an email about what was happening, and said she couldn’t live with it anymore.
‘I found out in December 2015 that my oldest daughter and my husband were messing around behind my back. I confronted them and their response was all lies,’ the woman wrote.
A woman has revealed that her husband has been having an affair with her daughter and asked for advice
‘Since then, I keep catching text messages they send each other, talking about how much they love each other. I also found love cards they’ve given each other.’
The mother revealed that it was now a year had passed and she was ‘desperate’ and couldn’t handle it anymore.
She also clarified that her husband was not the father of the daughter he was sleeping with, and that she was financially dependent on him.
The woman said she was ‘depressed, lost, broken, disgusted and hurt’ by the relationship
‘I cannot take it anymore,’ the woman wrote. They won’t stop and I’m completely depressed, lost, broken, disgusted, and hurt.’
‘I need advice. I don’t know what to do anymore. If I kick him out, I lose the house and everything. I can’t stay stuck anymore like this, though.’
The woman signed the letter ‘lost and broken’.
She asked for advice on what to do and said that she was dependent on her husband financially
The advice columnist, Erin, told the woman that she could get through this, and explained that she needed to leave her husband.
‘Now is the time to take care of business and take care of yourself,’ Erin said.
‘Right now, worry about getting out of this very toxic situation, setting up a new stable environment for you and your child, getting some much-needed counseling, and looking forward, not back.’