Frustated Housewife

Mishawaka, IN

#1 Aug 7, 2014
How can a married woman have oral sex with another woman's husband and not fill any remorse. Anna Tice, I will find you and I will inform your husband!
Clean up your own house

Dyer, IN

#2 Aug 8, 2014
I always find it completely insane when the scorned female blames the female THEIR husband cheated with ...why not be an actual adult and fix your own house before you cast stones, let her handle her marriage while maybe instead you fix your own obviously broken marriage!
And honestly do you think her feeling bad would make you feel any better?
Before you reply angrily keep in mind you put this drama on a public forum!:-)
Frustrated Housewife

Mishawaka, IN

#3 Aug 9, 2014
That's exactly what we are doing, working on our marriage. We're getting pastoral guidance. We're working on righting the wrongs in our marriage. And yes, I know it takes two to tango. I guess I shouldn't have spoke so harshly, but this Anna Tice knew our circumstances also. How would she feel if something horrific happened to her and she ended up in a wheelchair and her husband strayed after 40 some years of marriage? I just couldn't do that to another woman. I'd feel too guilty and respect myself more than that. I just was cut in to pieces with hurt! And God forgive me, but yes, it will make me feel better when her husband finds out! Maybe then I'll be able to put it all behind me.
Clean up your own house

Dyer, IN

#4 Aug 10, 2014
And that is why marriages break down! You say pastoral guidance then speak of revenge!

Does this pastor recommend airing your laundry in a public forum of calling another out by name!!

FIX YOU LET HER WORRY ABOUT HER MARRIAGE AND YOU FOCUS ON YOURS
Donnie

United States

#5 Sep 27, 2014
Clean up your own house wrote:
And that is why marriages break down! You say pastoral guidance then speak of revenge!
Does this pastor recommend airing your laundry in a public forum of calling another out by name!!
FIX YOU LET HER WORRY ABOUT HER MARRIAGE AND YOU FOCUS ON YOURS
Your stupidity is only making other people stupider.

Since: Feb 15

Location hidden

#6 Feb 23, 2015
Maybe he just dont like you .... did you ever think of that?!

Sorry you cant understand what you are doing / planing to do will not fix anything.

If anything your exit will just be quicker...

What did you do or what didnt you do?!
Im not saying blame yourself.. im just saying you did have an involvement in all of this too.

And the church is not trained to handle this type of thing... so your preacher is really not a go to person for this.
Look at all the issues church creates... more often than not because of passing judgement!

So she sucked his dick... she gave it back when she was done.. maybe if you did more often he wouldnt feel the need to get with her...

It could be that simple..
Didnt the (unquallified) preacher tell you this??
Linda

Andrews, IN

#7 Mar 3, 2015
Innate Lovers. I agree with you that a pastor doesn't know any more about it than the rest of us poor slobs. But thats about the only thing I agree with you on the subject. You and the other loser that started b!tching to this woman are just that, losers. You feel so bad about yourself you try to make this woman feel bad about herself, knowing full well she is going thru one of the most painful times in her life. You and "clean up...." need to find something else to do besides attacking others. You show your maturity. Trying showing some heart.
Innate

United States

#8 Jul 7, 2015
Linda wrote:
Innate Lovers. I agree with you that a pastor doesn't know any more about it than the rest of us poor slobs. But thats about the only thing I agree with you on the subject. You and the other loser that started b!tching to this woman are just that, losers. You feel so bad about yourself you try to make this woman feel bad about herself, knowing full well she is going thru one of the most painful times in her life. You and "clean up...." need to find something else to do besides attacking others. You show your maturity. Trying showing some heart.
I did show heart.. I was honest and truthful.
I dont feel bad about myself.. idk where u pulled that out of...
People get too hung up on sex... making love.. oral.. whatever people choices .. and thats what ruins relationships.
If people were more open when it comes to sexual relationships... alot more people wouldnt get divorced! More truth... and honesty.
Same Page

United States

#9 Oct 12, 2015
Morals are subjective, and thus so is the capacity for remorse when committing an act that the perpetrator may not consider overly shameful.

To understand why others feel or behave differently than you, first understand that they are in fact different from you, and under no obligation to subscribe to the same behavioral or spiritual guidelines that you hold yourself to.

You seem to present as a Christian, so you must know that according to that doctrine, the Christian god gave mankind free will to either follow the teachings of the Bible, or not. It is the existence of choice that gives moral restraint merit; if there were no choice, there would be nothing special about doing "the right thing."

The law of this land does not penalize infidelity, either, and has not for many years (outside of the military, anyway).

Ultimately, it's up to each individual in a monogamous relationship to respect and abide by their commitments. No one outside of your relationship is under any obligation to abide by its confines. If some outsider doesn't mind risking conservative social backlash or the supposed fires of hell for their sins, and your mate decides to betray you with them, then that's pretty much that.

It falls upon you to select a mate that believes as you do and respects their commitment to you. If they fail to do so, it doesn't matter who they betray you with or how that interchangeable outsider feels about it, because those are things you have no control over.

What matters is that you and your cheating mate are obviously not on the same page, and you probably need to select someone who is more willing and capable of remaining true to their commitments. He is free to cheat... However, you are free to kick him to the curb and seek someone who won't. Contrary to popular belief, faithful men DO exist. You simply chose one who isn't.

This betrayer has already shown how little they respect you and your bond, and will in all likelihood do so again. You're welcome to try and patch things up, but do not be surprised if this happens again, if it hasn't already.

Best of luck.
SorryNotSorry

Warsaw, IN

#10 Nov 12, 2015
Completely agree Same Page... I will say that I have been with attached men before... And I don't feel any remorse for it. I personally do not believe in monogamous relationships. I am respectful enough that I wouldn't get involved with a family member's or friend's significant other, but anyone else is fair game. And, no I don't sleep around. I have been with less guys than the majority of women my age. Mainly single men, but there have been a couple of attached men.
zeke the pinhead

Petersburg, VA

#11 Apr 3, 2016
Blow me

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