Staying out all night
disrespected

Mountain Home, AR

#1 Jun 12, 2013
Questions: Do you think it is ok for a married(or in a committed relationship} man / woman to spend the night away from home? Without a phone call, text, or email to let your spouse know?

IF you do ..... Is it out of respect for your significant other OR is it called "checking in"? Like you would with your Mommy.
Got rid of IT

Mountain Home, AR

#2 Jun 12, 2013
disrespected wrote:
Questions: Do you think it is ok for a married(or in a committed relationship} man / woman to spend the night away from home? Without a phone call, text, or email to let your spouse know?
IF you do ..... Is it out of respect for your significant other OR is it called "checking in"? Like you would with your Mommy.
NO. I think its very disrespectful He s hiding something. Divorce the SOB and move on. NO respect NO love outta that relationship. I ll bet YOU stay at home waiting for the sucker. Right? And when he does come back ..... no explanation. Right? And IF you say something about his actions.... he blames it all on you. Right? If you did..... if you didn't..... He has problems honey. And its so easy for him to blame all his problems on you. Dump his sorry butt while you can.
guest

Willow Springs, MO

#3 Jun 12, 2013
Depends what state you live in in Arkansas they keep it all in the family.they all even shoot up together as a family Arkansas is a screwed up place
thewife

Ravenden, AR

#4 Jun 12, 2013
Ugh. Don't even get me started. There is a difference between being married and being committed. If I were to be away I would call, of course. But seeing as I'm married to the little debbie guy, that road doesn't always work both ways, obviously.

Since: Jun 13

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#5 Jun 12, 2013
thewife wrote:
Ugh. Don't even get me started. There is a difference between being married and being committed. If I were to be away I would call, of course. But seeing as I'm married to the little debbie guy, that road doesn't always work both ways, obviously.
Let's get something clear. I am married to the little debbie guy. Yes, me. Not whoever wrote the above comment. A friend of mine just tipped me off about the above comment and I also noticed that the post about my husband was shown to be posted from the same place. Seems to me, someone is trying to stir up trouble. But I guess I shouldn't be surprised. Scorned women love drama.

Since: Jun 13

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#8 Jun 12, 2013
Ok. Thanks. It was just weird seeing both threads posted so closely together. Someone is out to ruin my marriage so I guess I'm a bit overly sensitive.
Guest

Mountain Home, AR

#9 Jun 12, 2013
rendezvousgirl wrote:
Ok. Thanks. It was just weird seeing both threads posted so closely together. Someone is out to ruin my marriage so I guess I'm a bit overly sensitive.
Ive been there and living thru it..... Be strong and right in whatever you do. Don't lower yourself to their low life. Ive cried a lot in private not letting him or the trash know thry re hurting me. I and you need to continue to be good people and let him make his choice. Once mine did I tried not to confront the trash but when they came to me I let them know to stop or Id kick their arses. There was NO doubt in their minds that I was not the sweet innocent person any more I intended to kick butt if necessary.
Guest

Mountain Home, AR

#10 Jun 12, 2013
disrespected wrote:
<quoted text> this had nothing to do with the little Debbie guy. Just co incidence I suppose. Just trying to get some views. My friends parents are actually going thru this. He doesn't see anything wrong with what he does and she feels he should call out of love and respect for each other. even if its innocent. Tells her she lives in a fantasy world where the husband calls to say Hi Honey Im over at Jeffs drinking a few if I get wasted and cant make it home Im just staying here. Nothing going on but a couple of guys drinking and BS ing.
Does this guy ever have any of his friends get to trashed to go to their homes OR call their spouses? What would HE do IF she did this? Innocent or not he d probably call her a whore or accuse her of ????? being the same pos that he is. Respect is making the call or better yet being together if its at home or somebody eles home. Make the choice ... single or married.

Since: Jun 13

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#11 Jun 12, 2013
Guest wrote:
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Ive been there and living thru it..... Be strong and right in whatever you do. Don't lower yourself to their low life. Ive cried a lot in private not letting him or the trash know thry re hurting me. I and you need to continue to be good people and let him make his choice. Once mine did I tried not to confront the trash but when they came to me I let them know to stop or Id kick their arses. There was NO doubt in their minds that I was not the sweet innocent person any more I intended to kick butt if necessary.
thank you for the kind words. I just want to be a good Mom. I love my husband and it's ok that we have a non-traditional marriage. What is never ok with me is for some girl who thinks she's a woman trying to destroy what I am working so hard to make work. A real woman doesn't do nasty things like that.
disrespected

Mountain Home, AR

#12 Jun 12, 2013
Seem to have gotten off the original subject.... does anyone have an opinion or comment about married people staying away from home all night? I d kinda like to have several opinions to mull around. So..... if you re up to it.... speak up. Whats YOUR opinion. Is it ok for married people to stay out all night? Is it respectful to call and say something? OR is it like checking in with mommy for permission?
guest

Willow Springs, MO

#13 Jun 12, 2013
Uhh no theirs something wrong why do they not need to be at home where they belong get out while you still can leave the drama or if you like that type stay with it and don't complain its that simple
Slickery Joseph

Mount Vernon, AR

#14 Jun 13, 2013
That's not necessarily true..I work away from home and a lot of times after a long day I eat and just fall asleep with no call home .... it's all about trust! If you gotta worry about your husband/wife and what they are doing you probably are in need of a change in your relationship.
POGO

Anadarko, OK

#15 Jun 13, 2013
Absolutely unacceptable !!
guest

Mountain Home, AR

#16 Jun 14, 2013
Been married 20 years... My husband works out of town a lot. He always calls at night to let me know he's safe and to check on me and the kids. We always want to say I love you and goodnight just in case it's our last time to talk. We are never guaranteed another day. We don't want to live with regrets. It's not checking in... It's being respectful, thoughtful, and in love.
Disrespected

Mountain Home, AR

#17 Jun 17, 2013
rendezvousgirl wrote:
Ok. Thanks. It was just weird seeing both threads posted so closely together. Someone is out to ruin my marriage so I guess I'm a bit overly sensitive.
I hope things are better for you..... just wanted you to know Ive said some prayers. AND..... the false " The wife" has had NO response since you posted that YOU are the mans wife. Some women just need drama. Don't let them get to you. Pray. There IS power in prayer.

Since: Jun 13

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#18 Jun 18, 2013
Disrespected wrote:
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I hope things are better for you..... just wanted you to know Ive said some prayers. AND..... the false " The wife" has had NO response since you posted that YOU are the mans wife. Some women just need drama. Don't let them get to you. Pray. There IS power in prayer.
Thank you. I'm just taking it one day at a time.
guest

Newbern, TN

#19 Jun 18, 2013
Disrespected wrote:
<quoted text>I hope things are better for you..... just wanted you to know Ive said some prayers. AND..... the false " The wife" has had NO response since you posted that YOU are the mans wife. Some women just need drama. Don't let them get to you. Pray. There IS power in prayer.
Lol. Too funny!!!
guest disrespectful

Mountain Home, AR

#20 Jun 18, 2013
guest wrote:
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Lol. Too funny!!!
Yup!
Hmmm

Mountain Home, AR

#21 Jun 20, 2013
This reminds me of some people in gassville Arkansas...

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