In the eyes of the military, you are still married.Consequently, any support obligations remain in place and, if you have sexual relations with anyone other than your spouse, you could be charged with adultery under the UCMJ.
Be strong, and know that he will use your weaknesses to hurt you. I will sleep more soundly once my soon-to-be-ex is out of the house. It feels humiliating, but they are the ones who should be humiliated.my husband and I are seperating after 12 years of marraige he is still living here in the home in the basement and I discovered by accident that he is having sexual relations with someone else he has male enhasement pills and condoms galore I think it has been going on all this time but we have only been seperated since April...I don't understand and I am in so much pain that it's causing me to loose sleep at night . I found out about my EW's "extra-curricular activities" as well. Three years ago, when I was 56, I suggested to my husband that he move out of our house in New Jersey. As he was settling into his new apartment in Manhattan, he called. We would stay separated for a year and, somehow, together, figure out this whole thing. Sometimes, emerging from a divorce, it takes a while for things to add up. We pledged that we would always be friends, and our family would survive. After a few minutes, as we were about to hang up, he told me that he was "seeing someone.""Seeing someone." Two words that splintered my head into speechlessness, followed by a dizzying internal stream of, What about "Our family would survive"?