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Posted by: anonymous
2018-12-04 14:09:21
ID: 57915
Best case scenario cheating doesn't exist. Even if you aren't emotionally attached; If you're in a sexual relationship with someone who is bumping uglies with other people behind your back, you're in a shitty, hazardous to your health situation. I can't believe this even needs to be said. I absolutely agree that cheaters are selfish, regardless of their situation. It takes zero effort to keep your genitals to yourself.
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Posted by: anonymous
2018-12-04 14:05:17
ID: 57923
For those of you complaining about the cheating argument, may I remind you of arguments that were WAY crazier, back in the days of Truu: people who leave their shopping carts in a parking lot, leaving your dog outside, letting your cat roam outside, CF vs. parents, and working moms vs. SAHMs. Hell, I remember when someone complained about messy people at their office and people attacked the op for complaining.
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Posted by: anonymous
2018-12-04 13:31:05
ID: 57920
Huge snow storm coming. This ass ate all the food. No milk, bread, eggs ect. I asked him since it's his payday. What he wanted me to grab at the store. He tells me we can't grab anything. He's buying this, doing that, he's paying one bill. So no food, no dog food, no gas until I get paid next week. Because he wants to blow his check. I now get to rush to a pawn shop, see what they think my laptop is worth so the kids, I don't starve. I told him he is to pay his bills, handle his own things from now on. I will take care of myself, the kids with my pay check and pay my own bills. He eats my food I will snap. I love how he springs this on me last minute. So after work tomorrow I get to list all my extra property on facebook swaps, make due without because he's a asshole. Fuck this! I think hate is to nice of a word right now.
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Posted by: anonymous
2018-12-04 13:28:06
ID: 57940
Asked boyfriend to do something for New Years. He had said a couple weeks ago that he thinks next year will be defining for us. We've been together 8 months by the way. He is flying out to see his granddaughter. :( He said he thinks he told me, but he didn't. I'm sad. I thought we could bring in the New Year together. When I get sad, I climb into my shell. I had so many disappointments with ex dh of 27 years, that it carries on into this relationship a bit.
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Posted by: anonymous
2018-12-04 12:56:34
ID: 57847
In response to a confession. Look, I'm all for people being able to confess, but come on; this isn't a private diary. It's the internet. Confessing to cheating, and being all starry eyed about it, on a site where the majority of us have been cheated on is just... wtf did you expect?
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Posted by: anonymous
2018-12-04 12:54:59
ID: 57877
In response to a confession. I don't have a dog in this fight, but she literally admitted to cheating in 57826. If anyone here is unpleasant, it's YOU. You don't get to police a person's emotional response. The stuff you're saying about her is uncalled for and honestly a little crazy. She said he physically abused her and you're calling HIM a victim. I've read some nasty stuff on here before but damn. You must feel real good about yourself to say that to someone. If I didn't know better, I'd say you're the cheating op. How's that for assuming things about people?
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Posted by: anonymous
2018-12-04 12:54:32
ID: 57890
In response to a confession. I'm glad that I can understand that certain topics will always evoke an emotional response from people, and that's okay. Entertaining as it is, it's not okay to provoke someone who confessed to being physically abused, by calling her abuser the victim and making it seem like it was her fault, like she deserved it. It makes me sad that there are such nasty people here. I understand the emotional response from the op with the STI. I can't quite wrap my head around siding with an abuser.
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Posted by: anonymous
2018-12-04 12:54:04
ID: 57901
In response to a confession. I'm not the op but I'm reading this thing differently. I don't think the op with STD attacked her character. She didn't call her names- she called out her behavior. Honestly, considering what her cheating husband put her through, I think she could have been meaner. The cheating op is practically bragging about having sex with another guy and then going home and sleeping with her husband (she literally says that). It's hard to follow but she admits to it, smugly, in more than one post. That's gross and I understand someone having a visceral response.
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Posted by: anonymous
2018-12-04 12:53:42
ID: 57907
Not that this is even going to post, but here goes... Everyone has a pet peeve and mine is people who lack reading comprehension and start arguments. She said she's cheating on him and then goes and has sex with her husband. These words were written and don't need any speculation or interpretation. I'm not judging one way or the other. I'm just saying that if people would just read, half of these "but she's not cheating" posts could be eliminated. She said, more than once, that she's cheating. And DUH people are going to respond to it. What, do we have a bunch of newbies here? FFS.
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Posted by: anonymous
2018-12-04 12:53:13
ID: 57922
The psychology behind cheating is so much more complicated than falling out of love, wanting more sex, or even being generally emotionally unhealthy. It's about the rush of endorphins that comes with breaking the rules, lacking empathy, having impulse control issues, and the general inability to control self-destructive urges. Of course, there's a lot more to it, but hopefully you get the gist. The op who called it narcissistic behavior wasn't wrong-- people like this do generally have some narcissistic tendencies. Should they be stoned to death? No, of course not. But I typically tend to advise my patients to avoid relationships with these people until they've worked on themselves in therapy and can understand, and care, that they hurt people with their actions.
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