"Perhaps your partner is stubborn, or not hearing what you are saying. Have you been silently sulking in the hopes they will see the error of their ways? The 'guilty party' probably doesn't think they are guilty."
These were the statements of the wife of the former Italian prime minister Berlusconi who asked for a public apology from her husband for hurting her when he openly flirted with two ladies.
Excerpt of the news:
She explained that it was with difficulty that she had broken her habitual reserve. "During the course of my relationship with my husband I have not given space to conjugal conflict, even when his behaviour has been such as to merit it."
But now that her children are grown, it's important to set an example as a woman "able to protect her own dignity in relationships with men".
Because the husband made the public apology, did it mean that he's still in love with the spouse from he was living separately?