A Letter To My Cheating Husband

Obviously this post is not about me, a poor woman wrote this heartbreaking letter to her cheating husband. I hope he has seen it and feels disgusted with himself, but I highly doubt it.

The letter can be found here. But I have copied it below with my thoughts and commentary throughout in bold italics.

“It’s been about 12 weeks since I saw the awful texts that confirmed my suspicions that you were being unfaithful. For two years I had been questioning whether you loved me as I felt so unloved – so much so that I occasionally asked if you were having an affair. And I felt you were avoiding me. You assured me every time that you did love me and were not having an affair, which made me feel happy that things were fine again, for a while.

However, I had a gut feeling that something wasn’t right but because you were reassuring me, I began to question my own sanity. I became ill, had panic attacks and anxiety. Our children wondered why you were going out so much and not spending much time with me or with us as a family. But you carried on being selfish.

If I treated you the way you treated me. You would hate me. Continue reading

There’s No Fool Like An Old Fool

Another article I came across that had my blood boiling (think I should stop reading these).

This article has been copied word for word from Daily Mail.

My greedy ex took everything and I’m a bitter wreck:

“My 66th birthday is approaching and I feel I want it to be my last. It all began when I was 15 and met Trevor. My father was difficult and domineering, consequently I married Trevor just after my 17th birthday.

We both became social workers and had the usual ups and downs, but our family life with four children was loving and close. In 2003, on our 40th anniversary, we renewed our wedding vows on a Tobago beach.

In 2004, I had cancer, and during this time Trevor was the most devoted, caring partner I could have wished for. I retired in 2006, looking forward to spending time with our grandchildren.

In 2006, Trevor became a senior lecturer. In 2007, he changed — saying the job was difficult.

He started going to conferences, couldn’t give details, would turn off his mobile at night. You guessed right — an affair with one of his students. At the time she was 28, he was 62. She’d been married twice and had three children by different fathers — the children are the same ages as three of our grandchildren.  Continue reading

My Husbands Having an Affair and I Pretend I don’t Know

Firstly to clarify this post is not about me, I am not married and therefore I don’t have a husband who is cheating on me. Phew!

Ok so I came across an article which is titled: “My husband’s cheating – and I pretend not to know to shield my child”.

I am actually going to copy the article into this post because:

1) I know many people can’t be bothered to read it if I post a link to it.

2) The article is really interesting and I want you all to read it.

The article is below and my comments and opinions will be posted throughout in bold italicbecause as you all know I cant resist ranting.

“My husband’s laptop is open on the sofa. I glance at it casually and my eye is drawn to an open email.

‘My darling girl,’ it begins, and the surge of shock I feel jolts me like an electric charge. My husband Will is an unemotional man, so I’m perplexed by this effusiveness. But I do not pry; I jump away as if stung. Continue reading

Cheating shows love?……Get Real!

I have just read this article:

Is your husband having an affair actually proof that he loves you?

I think this is complete utter BULLS**T. The article is based on a book called “The monogamy Gap by Eric Anderson”. I have not read the book but it seems to show reasons and justifications for why men cheat and the basic underline of the book states that monogamy is wrong and cannot be fulfilled by men. In my opinion (just would like to mention by the way, that of course, everything on my blog is MY opinion and therefore don’t get your panties or boxers in a twist if you don’t agree with what I say), this idea and notion is quite stupid and people (not just men) need to realise that the blame and responsibility for cheating lies on them!

In the article above, there are three examples of men who have cheated on their wives, who all claimed to really love their wives, but still lost all that because they couldn’t keep their pants zipped. One of the examples, claim that the husband actually felt suicidal after his wife left him, and for some reason I felt no sympathy when reading that. Does that make me a cold-hearted Bitch? Maybe. But my opinions are too strong, and I live by the notion of “you reap what you sow”.

Too harsh? Too black and white? Need to get in touch with reality? Yes? Well guess what? Continue reading