From Sugar Daddy to Sour Daddy

Dear Steve and Shirley, 

I once was in love with a man 20 years older than me… 

I was 20 years old when we met. It was supposed to be a sugar daddy, sugar baby relationship. Needless to say, the sex was awesome. Things got extremely difficult when I found out he was a family friend. We decided we would continue with our deeds and keep it a secret. We ended up catching feelings and I was head over heels for this old man and I thought he felt the same way about me. He was single at the time and so was I. But then I found out he got married. I was devastated, but we continued messing around anyway. He and I messed around during his entire marriage. Recently I met a man that’s emotionally available and now I’m in a great relationship. I am no longer in love with my sugar daddy.  After dealing with him and his lies for 6 years, I'm ready to move on. The problem is, my sugar daddy does not want to let me go. I have asked him to leave me alone and just go be with his wife, but he constantly calls me. I'm over it and I gave him the chance to walk away freely, despite how much he's hurt me. In order to get him to leave me alone, should I tell his wife? How else will I get him to go away? 

Please help.

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