still not over him
rolla

Rolla, MO

#43 Sep 23, 2012
either way fowl on both parts. its been 9 months i personally wouldnt have gotten involved. too risky for anyones heart.
heartbroken

United States

#44 Sep 24, 2012
He wasn't married. None of you know who I am or who he is. Im not sure what you think was foul on both parts. We were together for many, many years and had a child together. When you are truly in love with someone, have a family and life together, you'll see its not always leaving and forgetting, even when it is the right thing to do.
mary

Warrensburg, MO

#45 Sep 24, 2012
Married men don't leave their wives no matter how unhappy they tell you they are. No regrets only lessons learned.
mary

Warrensburg, MO

#46 Sep 24, 2012
heartbroken wrote:
He wasn't married. None of you know who I am or who he is. Im not sure what you think was foul on both parts. We were together for many, many years and had a child together. When you are truly in love with someone, have a family and life together, you'll see its not always leaving and forgetting, even when it is the right thing to do.
I'm sorry, I do know how painful that can be.
curious

Rolla, MO

#47 Sep 24, 2012
what is this obsession with married men leaving their wives? She said he wasnt married! Cant you read?? Obviously you guys think you have her pegged for someone else.... and btw, lots of married men leave their wives, not that it has anything to do with this post, but it happens all the time.
mary

Warrensburg, MO

#48 Sep 24, 2012
curious wrote:
what is this obsession with married men leaving their wives? She said he wasnt married! Cant you read?? Obviously you guys think you have her pegged for someone else.... and btw, lots of married men leave their wives, not that it has anything to do with this post, but it happens all the time.
LOL U really have yourself worked up Too Funny!!
respects marriage vows

Rolla, MO

#49 Sep 24, 2012
mary wrote:
<quoted text>LOL U really have yourself worked up Too Funny!!
Hey "Mary",
How about you do all wives a favor and NOT get involved with men who are already in a relationship. Pick someone who is not married or wait until they get out of one relationship to start another with them. Do you have any morals? Do any of your female friends trust you around their husbands?
No matter what problems or issues are going on, you have no right to get involved with married people, which only adds more pain and problems. I only see you said "lesson learned" and how painful it was for YOU, but nothing about how wrong it is to get involved with a married man. You seem very upset over how it has affected you. Wonder how his wife feels. Your type are the lowest, most selfish type of woman in my eyes, a shame to all women. Don't bother telling me how unhappy he was or how sad and pathetic your life is. Fix yourself and don't destroy other's lives for your own selfish reasons. Your reputation sticks with you, and people talk. Karma is a beautiful thing.
mary

Warrensburg, MO

#50 Sep 25, 2012
First of all I have not ever been with a married man second we all learn lessons daily third breaking up for any reason is very painful
Perhaps

Lohman, MO

#51 Sep 26, 2012
mary wrote:
First of all I have not ever been with a married man second we all learn lessons daily third breaking up for any reason is very painful
Are you from Dixon?
mary

Warrensburg, MO

#52 Sep 26, 2012
Perhaps wrote:
<quoted text>
Are you from Dixon?
I grew up in Dallas Texas but now living in St. Robert with my husband of 32 years
Izzy

United States

#53 Oct 1, 2012
ugh
Rebel

Belton, MO

#54 Oct 1, 2012
Izzy wrote:
ugh
???
Dean

United States

#55 Oct 3, 2012
Something tells me these people know one another sounds like a hoe went some where she wasn't suppose to go.
just asking

Warrensburg, MO

#56 Oct 3, 2012
Dean wrote:
Something tells me these people know one another sounds like a hoe went some where she wasn't suppose to go.
Dean so if a woman cheats with a married man, this makes her a hoe so what do you call a married man who cheats on his wife with this "hoe"?
Dean

United States

#57 Oct 3, 2012
just asking wrote:
<quoted text>
Dean so if a woman cheats with a married man, this makes her a hoe so what do you call a married man who cheats on his wife with this "hoe"?
I call him a pr*ck who will always cheat probably always has just can't keep his c*ck in his pants and the hoe probably will always be a hoe and cheat because she can't keep her legs from spreading. Once a cheat always a cheat!
Buddy

United States

#58 Oct 3, 2012
Some people can change, and she isn't a ho, he isn't a pr*ck, so drop it!
sick of this

United States

#59 Oct 3, 2012
I started this post unfortunately, in a moment of utter despair, missing him like you wouldn't believe. I now regret starting it and wish I can remove it. My ex was not married, him and I were together for MANY years and had many different problems, we decided it was better to part ways and for the first several months we were both very scared and still ran to each other for comfort and when we needed someone. He is not a prick and im not a ho, apparently you all have some idea who you think this is and I guarantee you, you are far from the truth. I guess when I started this I was hoping for some words of encouragement, that the feelings fade, that things get easier and some of you helped , others just embarrassed themselves. I know I've done the right thing by leaving and ill continue to grow stronger and heal a bit of my heart each day. I hope none of you ever have to let go of someone you care so much about, it feels like a piece of your soul is missing....
How dare you

Odessa, MO

#60 Oct 4, 2012
Eric wrote:
<quoted text>
go holy roll elseehere bible thumper now lets run a train on this dog and make her forget about it all..
I'm not a "Bible Thumper" but the advice he gave was a lot more sensible than some of the other "advice" that's been left on here for her. Yeah, she could go sleep with different men. And she could also walk away with some NASTY disease or maybe pregnant with some mans baby that she doesn't love! Now, wouldn't that be great topic of conversation at YOUR next family get together? Because it could be your sister, friend, or some other female you happen to care about!
Momma Bear

Rolla, MO

#61 Oct 5, 2012
sick of this wrote:
I started this post unfortunately, in a moment of utter despair, missing him like you wouldn't believe. I now regret starting it and wish I can remove it. My ex was not married, him and I were together for MANY years and had many different problems, we decided it was better to part ways and for the first several months we were both very scared and still ran to each other for comfort and when we needed someone. He is not a prick and im not a ho, apparently you all have some idea who you think this is and I guarantee you, you are far from the truth. I guess when I started this I was hoping for some words of encouragement, that the feelings fade, that things get easier and some of you helped , others just embarrassed themselves. I know I've done the right thing by leaving and ill continue to grow stronger and heal a bit of my heart each day. I hope none of you ever have to let go of someone you care so much about, it feels like a piece of your soul is missing....
((( heartbroken )))
Rob

United States

#62 Oct 8, 2012
Annie wrote:
<quoted text>
Right. Men don't leave their wives.
Right men don't leave their wives, we just like playing with other women willing to give it up easily, have fun for a while get our rocks off some, and then go back to who we really love. We love attention from other women it's a real turn on, but not where we want to stay!

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