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Issues

Dandridge, TN

#1 Apr 16, 2013
How many have had an affair on their wife or husbands? Did you feel guilty? Were you sad or happy?
Were you always double checking yourself to make sure no one sees you? If things are going really bad at Home do you get a free pass to have an Afternoon Delight? What if things are going good. Should you still get a free pass? I think everyone enjoys the attention of another. From. Phone calls and messages to planned meetings. Just curious if anyone on here feels like me!
You Have Issues

Maryville, TN

#2 Apr 17, 2013
No, most people DO NOT feel like you do. People who cheat on their spouses are maggots, and if you think for a minute that cheating relationship will work out when your spouse finally finds out and sets you 'free,' think again. It has about a 5% chance, that's FIVE, not fifty. If they cheat with you, they will most certainly cheat on you.
slimey

United States

#3 Apr 17, 2013
My x husband didn't find out. I told him because I was tired of living a lie. I was tired of sneaking around and tired of trying to please 2 people. My marriage of 11 years ended. He was a good man. The guy I cheated with made me feel pretty and sexy but he was a loser. I was just too stupid at the time to see it. My x forgave me but it's hard for me to forgive me. It's hard to live with the results of my indescretion every day. I see what it did to my kids and my family and it was all selfishly for me at the time. I wish I could go back and change it but I can't.
Anyone who thinks its cool or daring should stop with those thoughts. It's the most damaging thing I have ever done to people I love and to myself. You can't ever undo the pain it causes.
Agreed

York, SC

#4 Apr 17, 2013
You Have Issues wrote:
No, most people DO NOT feel like you do. People who cheat on their spouses are maggots, and if you think for a minute that cheating relationship will work out when your spouse finally finds out and sets you 'free,' think again. It has about a 5% chance, that's FIVE, not fifty. If they cheat with you, they will most certainly cheat on you.
I could not have said it any better myself (: I have yet to witness or hear of a relationship thats spawned from affair last. Its the inevitable when cheating on another to be with someone else eventually the trust issues will appear! Trust is major in any relationship including simple friendship, with out it theres not much of one unfortunatly i say this from exsperience! To find betrayel of a spouse fun and or exciting is sick / disgusting on many levels! Not to mention quite immature which is totally obvious inlcuding the fact those whom refrence it as such do not belong in a relationship! I despise cheaters and their excuses as to why they feel the act is justified! If youre lacking what you need from a spouse, be mature enough to let it be known with the spouse not seek elsewher then try to use as defense! The whole "i was being accused of it so i did it" or "if was being satisfied at home" are nothing but lame excuses in attempts to make a cheater feel better about themselves and their deceitful demeanor! Another thing i find rediculous is when those that know of an affair claim to not let the faithful one in on it to protect them and or the family? Little to late for that, alls they do is allow more suffering for longer amounts of time for all those innocent including children! No one deserves to be betrayed such as that and never should have to live a lie just so one can have their cake and eat it too! May Karma come your "Fun thrill seeking Sorry A$$" way SOONER then later :) What comes around goes around!! Infedelity disgusts me which it seems so do you Cheaters!!!!! I wish for those a Loss of sexual pleasure NO remedy can help what ailment plagues you, mental much? UGH
ha ha ha

Maryville, TN

#5 Apr 17, 2013
hopefully the viagra quits working then their "glory days " are oVer or the meth shrInks it up in
dont trust friends

Duluth, GA

#6 Apr 17, 2013
I just found out my husband was screwing a friend. She and I had a relationship through our children but had developed a friendship. We even took mini-vacations as families. When she and her husband were have problems I wiped tears from her face. There were problems in my marriage but nothing I felt we couldn't work through. My kids stayed with her and hers stayed with me. This has really damaged a lot of people. My husband is home but I don't think it's going to work. Girls don't trust anyone. I hope this particular person is in pain from what she did. Last time I checked she was sleeping alone.
No way

Dandridge, TN

#7 Apr 17, 2013
That's where she should be. ALONE
ha ha ha

Maryville, TN

#8 Apr 17, 2013
did he get a ViagRa refill ?
Issues

Dandridge, TN

#9 Apr 17, 2013
Ok so I'm bad. But I really like this guy. He's very sweet and very nice looking. I get no attention at home. I just want a little excitement. That's all. I'm really a good person. This new guy isn't really new. We've known each other over 20 years. Just lost touch. I'm pretty sure there will be fireworks. I can't wait
ha ha ha

Maryville, TN

#10 Apr 17, 2013
sounds fun just don't pop a kegger and have his bAby or anything crAzy like that, post about it after wards you kIss n tEll if ya wAnna
slimey

United States

#12 Apr 17, 2013
Issues wrote:
Ok so I'm bad. But I really like this guy. He's very sweet and very nice looking. I get no attention at home. I just want a little excitement. That's all. I'm really a good person. This new guy isn't really new. We've known each other over 20 years. Just lost touch. I'm pretty sure there will be fireworks. I can't wait
If you're a good person then be a good person and tell your spouse you are having these feelings. Whether you want to acknowledge it or not you owe it to him to be honest. Take your marriage vows seriously. Take it from someone who has said the same thing, it will pass. Work on your marriage or get out. It's the good thing to do.
slimey

United States

#13 Apr 17, 2013
DeadHooker wrote:
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I'm in a really similar situation. Married, no desire to cheat but the attention and excitement are intoxicating...and I don't see anything wrong with it (as long as cheating is off the table, of course). Good luck with you and your friend, hope it works out to be as fun as you hope it will be.:)
If you have no desire to cheat then don't. That's crazy to ruin a lot of lives for a fleeting moment of excitement. You WILL regret it years down the road and you can't ever take it back.
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Morristown, TN

#14 Apr 17, 2013
Flirt with others
Engage in sexual talk with someone else
Exchange personal e-mails or text messages
Deny being married or in a relationship
Spend time with specific individuals
Engage in specific types of contact – sleeping in the same bed with another person
Purchase intimate gifts and presents for others
Chat online with someone else (online affairs)
Have sexual contact with someone else (physical infidelity)
Become emotionally involved with someone else (emotional infidelity)
Develop a crush or feelings for another individual
Share their most private thoughts and feelings with someone else
Become best friends with someone of the opposite sex
And the list could go on and on....

Again, the main point is that individuals differ in what they consider to be an acceptable form of contact with other people.

At one extreme, some couples think it is acceptable to have sex and fall in love with someone else (see, polyamory), while some people view flirting with another person as being inappropriate.

Cheating is complex because the definition varies so wildly. However, when someone violates a partner's expectations, the emotional outcome is the same – their partner feels betrayed and rejected.

couple fighting Cheating is also problematic because couples rarely discuss exactly what their expectations are.

So in any given relationship, what one person considers to be acceptable may differ from what a partner thinks is appropriate. Many problems arise in relationships because people do not see eye-to-eye on this issue.

And to make matters more problematic, many people do not like to define what counts as cheating. Many people prefer not to define what counts as cheating because by keeping the rules vague and ambiguous, it makes it easier to cheat. If you don't know what the rules are, you really can't break them – or so people like to think.

It is a lot easier to deceive one's self, and a partner about cheating, when the rules are not clear.

Find more reasons to not cheat or have an affair at "

http://www.truthaboutdeception.com/cheating-a...
Just Me2012

Morristown, TN

#15 Apr 17, 2013
I can't get enough of my wife I love giving Oral.
Squirrel Girl

Morristown, TN

#16 Apr 17, 2013
QUOTE wrote:
Flirt with others
Engage in sexual talk with someone else
Exchange personal e-mails or text messages
Deny being married or in a relationship
Spend time with specific individuals
Engage in specific types of contact – sleeping in the same bed with another person
Purchase intimate gifts and presents for others
Chat online with someone else (online affairs)
Have sexual contact with someone else (physical infidelity)
Become emotionally involved with someone else (emotional infidelity)
Develop a crush or feelings for another individual
Share their most private thoughts and feelings with someone else
Become best friends with someone of the opposite sex
And the list could go on and on....
Again, the main point is that individuals differ in what they consider to be an acceptable form of contact with other people.
At one extreme, some couples think it is acceptable to have sex and fall in love with someone else (see, polyamory), while some people view flirting with another person as being inappropriate.
Cheating is complex because the definition varies so wildly. However, when someone violates a partner's expectations, the emotional outcome is the same – their partner feels betrayed and rejected.
couple fighting Cheating is also problematic because couples rarely discuss exactly what their expectations are.
So in any given relationship, what one person considers to be acceptable may differ from what a partner thinks is appropriate. Many problems arise in relationships because people do not see eye-to-eye on this issue.
And to make matters more problematic, many people do not like to define what counts as cheating. Many people prefer not to define what counts as cheating because by keeping the rules vague and ambiguous, it makes it easier to cheat. If you don't know what the rules are, you really can't break them – or so people like to think.
It is a lot easier to deceive one's self, and a partner about cheating, when the rules are not clear.
Find more reasons to not cheat or have an affair at "
http://www.truthaboutdeception.com/cheating-a...
WOW! Thanks for the info and post. You made me stop and think.
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Morristown, TN

#17 Apr 17, 2013
More Tips on Igniting the Spark

To maintain that magical feeling of love and special-ness in a relationship we have to be willing to take 150% ownership of the quality of the connection in our relationships. There are certain things we have to be willing to do and to continue doing if it is our intention to stay in love and in connection with our chosen partner.

The exciting thing is that it doesn’t matter if your relationship is only six months old or if it's 20 years old, these things will work to deepen your connection. And you don’t have to wait for the other person to do them, it’s not about what the other person does or doesn’t do. It’s about you deciding that you want to maintain that connection, and being willing to take that 150% ownership.

http://blogcritics.org/culture/article/seven-...
freebies24

Morristown, TN

#18 Apr 17, 2013
I found out my so called man of 7yrs was cheating on me with a co-worker I was in shock, i knew we were having problems but i didn't think that bad...well make the story short he didn't think i knew hut come on guys make it real noticeable....any who so i found me a extra friend to brush up on my wow skills i had fun...after a while hr asked me hoe was i getting good i told him practice makes perfect, told him bout dude and he wouldn't believe me.....so he claimed to stop seeing her i told him that was nice....she txt at anytime at night and he wanted me to say something....like stop calling him or he is mine...but he was shocked when i told her why don't u do me a favor and come get his as$ am tried of him...lol i guess not what he wanted to her but i wasn't broken hearted......no not at all
Agreed

Hendersonville, NC

#19 Apr 17, 2013
freebies24 wrote:
I found out my so called man of 7yrs was cheating on me with a co-worker I was in shock, i knew we were having problems but i didn't think that bad...well make the story short he didn't think i knew hut come on guys make it real noticeable....any who so i found me a extra friend to brush up on my wow skills i had fun...after a while hr asked me hoe was i getting good i told him practice makes perfect, told him bout dude and he wouldn't believe me.....so he claimed to stop seeing her i told him that was nice....she txt at anytime at night and he wanted me to say something....like stop calling him or he is mine...but he was shocked when i told her why don't u do me a favor and come get his as$ am tried of him...lol i guess not what he wanted to her but i wasn't broken hearted......no not at all
Love it!!!!!! You totally crushed his Ego (: Well deserved and well played dear!!!! Yes i know two wrongs dont make a right however this boy got played while trying to be the player (: Good for you (:
freebies24

Morristown, TN

#20 Apr 17, 2013
Agreed wrote:
<quoted text>
Love it!!!!!! You totally crushed his Ego (: Well deserved and well played dear!!!! Yes i know two wrongs dont make a right however this boy got played while trying to be the player (: Good for you (:
.

Thank u I shut him up..a few weeks later he wanted to get back saying sorry and that he fogive me....like I even asked him....i know they still work together am not dumb....
dont trust friends

Morristown, TN

#21 Apr 17, 2013
If you are married someone will get hurt. Before you screw someone's husband or cheat on your wife/husband put yourself in your otherhalf's shoes. Cheating hurts and destroys families. No matter how sorry you are after the fact the relationship will never be the same. It's really hard to be with someone you love but don't trust.

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