Do you think your spouse has cheated ...

Do you think your spouse has cheated on you ?

Created by Cheaters on Nov 11, 2008

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from darkness to light

Tyler, TX

#41 Nov 14, 2008
Fooled wrote:
I suspected my first wife cheated for many years but never had any proof. After we were divorced I had several people say that she had cheated multiple times with the people she worked with at the courthouse. I would have divored her several years eariler if I had known. I feel like I wasted a lot of years with someone who didn't really care about me. If you think they are cheaters, they proably are. Life is too short to spend with someone who would betray you. Once a cheater always a cheater. Don't waste your life.
I'm sorry to hear about that.(hugs) I'm still really angry at my ex. He completely humiliated me. He cheated for years before I found out. I never checked up on him like my girlfriends tried to get me to. I trusted him. He was my highschool sweetheart afterall. What angers me most is the fact that I don't think that I'll ever be able to trust anyone again. I was so blindsided by this. I had planned every detail of my life with him. And now I find out that all he planned was his next "meeting" with a random whore. I'm very sorry you had to go through this as well. In the end, I guess the jerks did us a favor. We could've stayed even longer and wasted even more time on a such ruthless people.
been there-not

Paris, TX

#42 Nov 14, 2008
So, you're saying 20% of men are true and 45% of women are true. I don't think so. Give humanity some credit. You must have been hurt pretty bad.
buddy b

Argyle, TX

#43 Nov 14, 2008
I still think you should shoot him in "THE BOYS"
Fooled

Bailey, TX

#44 Nov 14, 2008
from darkness to light wrote:
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I'm sorry to hear about that.(hugs) I'm still really angry at my ex. He completely humiliated me. He cheated for years before I found out. I never checked up on him like my girlfriends tried to get me to. I trusted him. He was my highschool sweetheart afterall. What angers me most is the fact that I don't think that I'll ever be able to trust anyone again. I was so blindsided by this. I had planned every detail of my life with him. And now I find out that all he planned was his next "meeting" with a random whore. I'm very sorry you had to go through this as well. In the end, I guess the jerks did us a favor. We could've stayed even longer and wasted even more time on a such ruthless people.
It is very hard if not impossible to trust anyone after something like that. After all you have given someone a big portion of your life for nothing. The only good thing is she is married to one of them now. I wonder how much trust they have in each other. After all if they will do it to someone else they will do it to someone else.
Amazed

Bailey, TX

#45 Nov 16, 2008
Its amazing that 44% of the people on here think their spouse has cheated.
Screwed Over

Bailey, TX

#46 Nov 18, 2008
Yes
Such a lying b$%ch.
Big Sexy

Paris, TX

#47 Nov 18, 2008
Screwed Over wrote:
Yes
Such a lying b$%ch.
Do you think you would have felt better if you would have screwed around on her back? Do you think it would have helped your ego any? Just curious.
Screwed Over

Bailey, TX

#48 Nov 18, 2008
Big Sexy wrote:
<quoted text>Do you think you would have felt better if you would have screwed around on her back? Do you think it would have helped your ego any? Just curious.
No. It would have just made me as sorry as she was.
Big Sexy

Paris, TX

#49 Nov 18, 2008
Yeah, you are right. So wonder what works for the slammed ego after the screw over? Any ideas?
Been There

United States

#50 Nov 18, 2008
Mine DID wrote:
My spouse did cheat on me. Any suggestions as to what to do now?
If you can't forgive and forget, there is no use trying to work it out. It own't happen. If you can forgive and forget, then you have a chance at starting over.
Sad but True

Paris, TX

#51 Nov 19, 2008
If there is something inside of you that is telling you that something is not right and you constantly question his or her honesty, then usually your gut is right. It is so easy to be in denial when it comes to facing the truth. I know from experience. And, you are usually the last person to know. It's crazy, but it's true.
really

Paris, TX

#52 Nov 19, 2008
notes wrote:
if i did i would no longer be with him
You don't know unless it happens to you.
from darkness to light

Tyler, TX

#53 Nov 19, 2008
Been There wrote:
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If you can't forgive and forget, there is no use trying to work it out. It own't happen. If you can forgive and forget, then you have a chance at starting over.
Ok. Well everyone has a right to their own opinion, but I am curious. Why would you want to 'start over' with a piece of sh*t who didn't care about you in the first place? How can you decieve yourself into believing that there is even a reason to start over? Did it not hurt bad enough the first time, that you insist on going back for more? Here's one way of looking at it: If you touch something scorching hot, you will burn yourself. What do you do? Pull away from it! So lets say that you wait a little while, and then touch it again. It's still hot, so you burn yourself again!! How many times before you finally decide leave it alone? Afterall, it hurts!!! What would be the reason for asking for more pain. Leave it alone, and walk away, Right??? Same scenario as a cheating spouse. Leave it alone and walk away. They will continue to hurt you.
Hmmm

Paris, TX

#54 Nov 19, 2008
from darkness to light wrote:
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Ok. Well everyone has a right to their own opinion, but I am curious. Why would you want to 'start over' with a piece of sh*t who didn't care about you in the first place? How can you decieve yourself into believing that there is even a reason to start over? Did it not hurt bad enough the first time, that you insist on going back for more? Here's one way of looking at it: If you touch something scorching hot, you will burn yourself. What do you do? Pull away from it! So lets say that you wait a little while, and then touch it again. It's still hot, so you burn yourself again!! How many times before you finally decide leave it alone? Afterall, it hurts!!! What would be the reason for asking for more pain. Leave it alone, and walk away, Right??? Same scenario as a cheating spouse. Leave it alone and walk away. They will continue to hurt you.
There are an elite few that have cheated and regret it terribly and change their life for the better and yes there is the POS that will never change. I have seen it both ways. Marriage can survive an affair if both are willing to change. Women like to blame it all on the men, but sometimes there are neglectful things that women do to push their husbands away. No it's not right, but that is the way it is.
Curious

Paris, TX

#55 Nov 19, 2008
from darkness to light wrote:
<quoted text>
Ok. Well everyone has a right to their own opinion, but I am curious. Why would you want to 'start over' with a piece of sh*t who didn't care about you in the first place? How can you decieve yourself into believing that there is even a reason to start over? Did it not hurt bad enough the first time, that you insist on going back for more? Here's one way of looking at it: If you touch something scorching hot, you will burn yourself. What do you do? Pull away from it! So lets say that you wait a little while, and then touch it again. It's still hot, so you burn yourself again!! How many times before you finally decide leave it alone? Afterall, it hurts!!! What would be the reason for asking for more pain. Leave it alone, and walk away, Right??? Same scenario as a cheating spouse. Leave it alone and walk away. They will continue to hurt you.
I'm curious too. I am also curious why after you pull away they want you, love you, would die for you. Please.

What do you do to stop that? There has got to be an answer to that without the war of the roses.

Since: May 08

Plano, TX

#56 Nov 19, 2008
My mon always told me,"A leopard never changes its spots!"
My therapist told me a story once and I took it to heart. A turtle once saw a rock and she loved that rock so much, fawned over it and never left its side. Her friend told her it is just a rock. She told her friend,"but he will change if I just love it enough."
katladee

Texarkana, TX

#57 Nov 19, 2008
sammyjo wrote:
My mon always told me,"A leopard never changes its spots!"
My therapist told me a story once and I took it to heart. A turtle once saw a rock and she loved that rock so much, fawned over it and never left its side. Her friend told her it is just a rock. She told her friend,"but he will change if I just love it enough."
(laughing) My grandmother used to say "Don't herd your ducks to a shallow pond!" ... I believe your mother is correct and you have a witty therapist!(still giggling)
some girl

Paris, TX

#58 Nov 19, 2008
sammyjo wrote:
My mon always told me,"A leopard never changes its spots!"
My therapist told me a story once and I took it to heart. A turtle once saw a rock and she loved that rock so much, fawned over it and never left its side. Her friend told her it is just a rock. She told her friend,"but he will change if I just love it enough."
Your therapist ROCKS!(pun intended) love it!
l know too

Paris, TX

#59 Nov 19, 2008
some girl wrote:
<quoted text>
Your therapist ROCKS!(pun intended) love it!
and your heads full of it
I know too

Paris, TX

#60 Nov 19, 2008
l know too wrote:
<quoted text>and your heads full of it
Cibil, I can post for myself, Thank You.

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