when married men break up with their ...
LOL

United States

#50 Feb 10, 2011
Bahabah.... U are a dumb chic.... Keep taking him back after he cheats on u repeatedly....Really??? Don't u have more respect for yourself? If he's got this girl in your house he's prolly playing house right along with her... He may even be in love with the girl. He obviously did not love you or he would have never broken your heart.
HELLOO

Nashville, TN

#51 Feb 14, 2011
me wrote:
If a women takes care of her hubby @ home he won't need strange! Most men look not only sex but to be needed and appreciated. So all u screwed over wives need to check is ur house clean, do u nag All the time, do u make him feel unmanly? If so... That's why he chases strange! So ladies handle ur buisness @ home and he won't need a SLUT!
Not very slick at all shoulda just said your name!! DUHHHHH Dummy!
me

United States

#52 Feb 15, 2011
HELLOO wrote:
<quoted text>Not very slick at all shoulda just said your name!! DUHHHHH Dummy!
I'm not trying to be slick and I'm not dumb by any means. I'm just stating that sometimes women run their men off by not providing what they need at home.
living this nightmare

Paducah, KY

#53 Feb 15, 2011
my husband cheated on me a couple of years ago. it was a drunken one night stand. his guilt got the best of him and he told me eventhough i most likely would have never found out about it. i asked if there was something that i was or wasn't doing to cause this to happen. he said no and stated that he "was drunk and she was all over him" plain and simple. he has also said that sometimes sex IS just sex and nothing more. while it hurt me deeply, i forgave him because when he fessed up i knew that he was sincerely sorry. so before a wife hurries to end a marriage and throw away something worth saving, look at the circumstances and see if you can forgive him. if you do however DO NOT throw it up in his face when you get mad at him. i asked him if he wanted to leave to be with her and he didn't which is probably how it is in most cases.
cazz

United States

#54 Feb 15, 2011
Some are full blown affairs that go on for years. Men not only cheat for sex believe it or not. Men have more emotional needs than woman realize and they cheat to fill that void as well. I have a buddy who started cheating with a friend he worked with and believe it or not he told me he it took him a long time to get over her even after he confessed to his wife and stopped the sex part, he still grieved losing the other girl.
Kristy

Metropolis, IL

#55 May 27, 2011
haha wrote:
All im saying is kristy houser
wccow all i got to say is i thought the topic was when married men break up wit their girlfriend????? how come my name gets thrown out there like tht ive dated one married man nd we was together for over a yr nd he spent every night wit me not his wife so obviously she wasnt doin something right bc he pursued me nd after a yr wit him i dumped him bc i was sick of someone tryin to be my dad ive got one i dnt need 2... but considerin this was posted in feb nd i know exactly who u r bc thts when this was started nd i broke up wit him in feb nd make no mistake bout tht i dumped him not the other way around
annoyed.

Hilmar, CA

#56 May 27, 2011
me wrote:
If a women takes care of her hubby @ home he won't need strange! Most men look not only sex but to be needed and appreciated. So all u screwed over wives need to check is ur house clean, do u nag All the time, do u make him feel unmanly? If so... That's why he chases strange! So ladies handle ur buisness @ home and he won't need a SLUT!
Not true. At all. A woman can sit there an take care of all of his needs and wants and he will still cheat. Some mean are like that. They want their cake and eat it too!! But like I said SOME. So don't say ish like this.
Another woman

Chicago, IL

#57 Jul 18, 2012
Convicted Felon wrote:
I read a funny thing about new cow.Im not trying to make excuses for your men.IF i can find it ill post..
Seems like you are a very bitter woman. LOL
wont stay w a cheater

Crosby, TX

#58 Jul 18, 2012
bhahahahah wrote:
Love to hear from some of u homewreckers. What were y thinking. Did u really think that he would want you over his wife. Maybe for a short time but they always come back
I'm not a homewrecker but you're laughing about your man cheating on you then coming back to you. You sound pathetic. Most times men or women who cheat do stay with their spouses but its not because they love them so much. Its because they have kids & don't want to pay support or give up time with their kids or they don't want to go through a divorce & lose half or all of what they own. You're settling for a title (wife) without a real marriage. If your man loved you he wouldn't be screwing anyone else. And how can you feel proud enough to post it on topix when apparently you can't satisfy him enough to stay home? Wives like you, that stay with their cheating husbands are the reason they keep cheating.
Juan Hung Low

Memphis, TN

#59 Jul 19, 2012
KRN wrote:
Did you take him back after he cheated? I left and never looked back after my ex husband cheated. The other woman even showed me all the texts and emails she had saved from him. He tried telling me it was only about sex, but I had a hard time believing that when I saw the emails he sent telling her lovey dovey stuff.
Maybe he thought that she wanted to hear that lovey dovey stuff.
Guys,we can win.When we tell her the lovey dovey stuff,she thinks that we are after ONE thing only and when we go without telling her the lovey dovey stuff,she gets pissed at us.
Is there a manual for this piece of machinery?

Since: Sep 11

Location hidden

#60 Jul 19, 2012
bhahahahah wrote:
Love to hear from some of u homewreckers. What were y thinking. Did u really think that he would want you over his wife. Maybe for a short time but they always come back
Well, I wanted my girlfriend over my wife. That's why I left home after 30-something years of marriage. My wife and I were not suited to each other from day 1 and that's about how long I'd been looking for the REAL Miss Right. When I found her, I had a hard decision to make. Give up everything for her or stay and live out my life with someone I had never been in love with and had never had a real marriage with. Then I thought that I didn't have to give up anything except the wife. The decision was very simple, so I left. That's all. I've never ever been happier in my life than I am right now. This is what life and love is ALL about!

And by the way, she didn't wreck my 'home,' because you have to HAVE a home for it to be wrecked.

Since: Apr 12

Location hidden

#61 Jul 19, 2012
My husband left me after over 30 years of marriage. He confessed the affair and started packing his clothes, while I sat there in shock. But thinking back, why should I have been so shocked? We hadn't lived as man and wife for almost 20 years. We rarely ever went anywhere together and anytime we were in each other's company, we bickered. I guess I took it for granted that he would always be there, no matter what, because of all the time we'd put in. I was wrong.

After he left I practically begged him to come back. Crying, throwing fits, ignoring him, promising anything he wanted, even considered sharing him with his mistress. He said she would never accept that and neither would he. I kept thinking he would change his mind and come back. He didn't. He filed for divorce and is still with his mistress. What I can't understand is how they can even trust each other, since they both cheated on their marriages. But that's not for me to worry about now.

I'm just a victim of my own ignorance. Never pays to take anything or anyone for granted. I don't think I'll ever be serious about anyone again, and even if the right man came along, could I ever trust him not to do the same thing to me? Doubtful.
bingo

United States

#62 Jul 19, 2012
Michelle wrote:
If my "hubby" went in search of strange and thought I would be sitting at home waiting on his sorry cheating butt he has another thing coming! Oh, I will be sitting at home enjoying ALL the benefits of his hard working he just won't be enjoying any comforts of home. I'm pretty sure once he has no extra cash "strange" will decide she only wanted a man with money.
Exactly we you see less wives and more live in girlfriends....

Since: Nov 11

Location hidden

#63 Jul 19, 2012
Girlfriends are less likely to put up with cheating than wives are. Wives will re-think what they want and most of them are not willing to change their lifestyles in order to stay married to a cheater. Girlfriends put a guy through the ringer when it comes to cheating... because the guys is always worried that his girlfriend will walk out the door. She makes it plain that she doesn't want to take the place of his former wife, and be the one sitting home alone while he's out getting some 'strange.'

As a wife, I won't put up with cheating from my mate, either. And he knows this and sticks close to home... very close to home.

Cheaters can be reformed... but they have to find someone to fall in love with first, and someone who will love them back. Let's face facts here, a lot of people marry for all the wrong reasons. The later marriages last because you already know their bottom line.

The only time some men stop cheating is when they can no longer stand on their own two feet, and need their wives to push them around in a wheelchair. Those men don't deserve to be pushed or taken care of in their old age, if they couldn't be loving and loyal to their mates.
cnb

White Plains, KY

#64 Jul 19, 2012
HelenKenyon wrote:
My husband left me after over 30 years of marriage. He confessed the affair and started packing his clothes, while I sat there in shock. But thinking back, why should I have been so shocked? We hadn't lived as man and wife for almost 20 years. We rarely ever went anywhere together and anytime we were in each other's company, we bickered. I guess I took it for granted that he would always be there, no matter what, because of all the time we'd put in. I was wrong.
After he left I practically begged him to come back. Crying, throwing fits, ignoring him, promising anything he wanted, even considered sharing him with his mistress. He said she would never accept that and neither would he. I kept thinking he would change his mind and come back. He didn't. He filed for divorce and is still with his mistress. What I can't understand is how they can even trust each other, since they both cheated on their marriages. But that's not for me to worry about now.
I'm just a victim of my own ignorance. Never pays to take anything or anyone for granted. I don't think I'll ever be serious about anyone again, and even if the right man came along, could I ever trust him not to do the same thing to me? Doubtful.
I know exactly how you feel and I understand what you are saying. I just went through the same thing in my long term marriage, except it was my wife who left for somebody else. we just have to get on with our lives, but it is very hard to trust again.
Married Men Do the chasin

Windsor Mill, MD

#65 Sep 15, 2012
ssshhhhit wrote:
some married men date other girls and make them think they are the only ones, the girl falls in love with them only to find out that they are still in fact married. then you have the men claiming that they are going through a divorce and you know that they dont live at home but find out they are still fking their ex wife!! So you need to recognize before you start calling someone a home wrecker. The married men are the ones wrecking the homes!! thank you and have a nice day!:0)
Yes, there are married men that chase single women, lie about their status completely and then when you do find out they are married, you are in love and caught up with them. The married men do the wrecking too. It is not always the single women wanting what married women have.
Been a homewrecker

United States

#66 Sep 15, 2012
I cheated on my husband w a married guy. I left mine and he left his. His wife was a nasty person who didnt take care of the home, always caught up in unneccesary gossip, and wanted to control every aspect of his life. My husband became a wimpy littlte titty baby who diagusted me everyday. We are both very happily divorced
Genuine

Louisville, KY

#67 Sep 16, 2012
I'm married and can 100% honestly say I've never had the urge to cheat. If I want something new or "strange" as you put it, I've got porn for that. If you are married and got married for all the right reasons and truly care for your spouse, you won't even entertain the idea of being with another woman. If your man will go and cheat on you once, chances are, no matter how "guilty" he feels, it'll happen again. Humans are pigs and if there is a man with a wandering eye, there will be a low self esteemed woman to help him get his fix. But again, if one reveres the act of marriage like they did on their wedding day, this shouldn't happen. End of story. Didn't mean to get preachy.
Lakenship

United States

#68 Sep 19, 2012
I know a married man that has girlfriends on the side. Dude name is Justin Haynes I believe. He has kids the whole five yards. Lying cheating ahole. Wife still thinks he is innocent.
My man in heather hills

Gallatin, TN

#69 Sep 21, 2012
I am married but have a boy toy on the side. He has a girlfriend but I don't care. It's just all about the sex. My husband is all clean cut and would never get a tatoo. My boy toy lives in Heather hills and has several tattoos. One on each chest. And he knows how to please. Our lunch dates are to die for!!!

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