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Q. My husband and I are divorced and he lives with the other woman. I have not heard ANYTHING from him for about 3 years. Now he’s starting to make contact with me…..

Q. (continued)…First to dog-sit out of the blue, then on Facebook, he even got an old job back here in town. Is it 'normal' for him to want to connect like this even though he is still living with the other woman? I even talk with the other woman when we are all together, so I guess the Lord has helped me move passed the anger and all. But it seems odd that my husband would want to connect so much now doesn’t it?

A.   Sometimes, these types of contacts are really for the purpose of apologizing - and should not be confused with trying to reconnect. You’re doing great being cordial. Continue to pray for all of you.