"After talking for a while, we discovered that our feelings were mutual. The issue is, we can't be together."
A relationship expert spoke to Newsweek about the popular Reddit post, she said: "Communication is key."
"When people show you who they are, believe them. The best revenge in life isn't getting even—it's to be happy," Florence Ann Romano told Newsweek.
More than 9.4 million people have watched the heartwarming reunion, with one user saying: " This low key looks like a movie scene."
"You would be very wrong to do anything but encourage your aunt to put it on the open market and sell it for what it's worth," one user said.
"My daughter told my sister of her concerns but instead, fell into the manipulation of a sociopathic aunt who twisted everything I said and added lies."
"If I'm honest, I got a bit defensive and went to bed in a huff," explained the woman in the viral Mumsnet post.
"I don't know if I am lazy or struggling with mental health but some days I just find things really hard," said the mom on the viral Mumsnet post.
"This isn't normal and if he tries to convince you it is, run a mile," advised one Mumsnet user.
"She's falling in love with him too, as a father figure. If you guys stay together, that's fantastic," one user said.
More than 210,000 people have watched the video, and one TikToker wrote: "What a genuine and pure heart he has."
His wife felt he "should take care of her" while she finishes studying law and raises their 2-year-old son, but a Redditor wrote, "You are not a bank."
Over 17 million people have watched the viral TikTok video, one user said: "This is beautiful—starting a marriage with generosity."
Their daughter-in-law told Mumsnet: ""I cannot bear to look into our bedroom where they are sleeping as the one time I did it was horrible..."
"I'm more self-confident now," said the woman who befriended the woman her husband was in love with.
"I told my boyfriend about everything when it happened. He just brushes it off saying 'she's a kid.'"
An expert told Newsweek: "They do not sound as though they ever set clear boundaries," adding the "main issue is the communication between the two of them."
One Mumsnet user wrote: "Well if it walks like a duck..." while another commented on the alleged mistress: "What has she got to gain by lying to you?"
"I don't know if I should extend an olive branch? I am just tired of always needing to be the only adult and explain why their behavior is unacceptable."
"It doesn't even matter if he's cheating, the man has absolutely zero respect for you and you should leave," said one Reddit user.
The young woman says she lost her leg in a childhood car accident, and it's been a "source of trauma" for her, due to bullying and rejection from past partners.
The researchers from California were hoping to find out how important first impressions of compatibility and popularity are in dating.
An exclusive poll for Newsweek asked over 1,000 Americans about relationships and infidelity.
Newsweek spoke to a family therapist who said: "Sadly there is a chance that someone will end up not very happy here."
The "Great Balls of Fire" singer died on Friday in his home in Mississippi at the age of 87.
"You have no obligation to him after what he put you through," said one reply to the Reddit post.
"You drew your line," one person said. "You were absolutely right to maintain your boundaries."
Newsweek spoke to a love and relationship coach, who said: "For a relationship to survive, it needs honesty. Without this, you can't move forward properly."
"Sorry, but he's not your bf anymore, the cat stole his heart," one user said.
Multi-award-winning financial advisor Catherine Morgan told Newsweek: "Every family has disagreements with money."