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Dear Prudence, When my husband was 16, he began an affair with his aunt, his mother’s brother’s wife. We have been together for three years and have young children.
She was 35, and I believe she took advantage of him and lured him into an affair when her marriage was falling apart. He told me about this affair before we were serious, and he said it had been true love. At times he has even wondered how he got so lucky with our family given his “great sin.” The problem is that because he is close with his cousins, his aunt’s children, she still has access to our lives.
He may have found her attention sexually arousing and emotionally enticing, but that doesn’t lessen her violation.
Yes, the relationship continued into his early adulthood, but because it began when he was still a boy, she undermined his normal adolescent development—so he’s struggling now with what happened.