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Posted by: anonymous
2018-11-29 09:25:56
ID: 57900
In response to a confession. That’s awful, but just because these things happened to you doesn’t make it right for you to attack another person’s character and belittle their feelings. I’m in the same boat as you as far as my marriage goes, minus the STD and I’m working on getting out of it. Cheating-check. Physical abuse-check. Sexual assault-check. Manipulation-check, but I realize it’s not right to take my situation out on other people. I can also relate to the OP’s feelings of being in love with someone else, but that’s not why i want to leave my h. Am I cheating? No. Am I going to run to this man and move in with him? No, but I could. The “cheating” OP seems like they’re beating themselves up over emotional cheating, which yeah, is a thing, but it’s not even close to a real affair. So their admission seems to only be about talking to this guy, because if you read back, that’s all that has happened. Maybe she’s sending him nudes, but she hasn’t said that.
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Posted by: anonymous
2018-11-28 14:08:10
ID: 57891
I cheated on my exH. We were young; he was military and I found out three months after marrying him and moving across the country that he'd had a girlfriend for the year he'd been there. I made it two years before I cheated. It was done out of spite; the guy meant nothing to me, nor I to him. But that is the biggest regret I have. Not because of the ex (he's still a whore, so...), but because what I did was totally against everything I am. This is the first time I've ever confessed this to anyone.
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Posted by: anonymous
2018-11-28 13:06:38
ID: 57889
nothing to add except that i'm so glad i can separate the things i read here from real life, not take things personally, not make it about me, not feel the need to lecture people, and not lash out at complete strangers on the internet. that said, this site sucks as a confessional but makes for great entertainment. thanks, ladies.
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Posted by: anonymous
2018-11-28 03:22:46
ID: 57878
In response to a confession. He did feel victimized. He told me that all time while he was screaming at me and forcing me to have sex with him. It's an abuse tactic called gaslighting. But I'm sure you're right. The poor, poor victim was just unhappy because I'm unpleasant. Also, the op admitted to cheating on him. Read back a few pages. Have a good night.
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Posted by: anonymous
2018-11-28 02:48:55
ID: 57876
In response to a confession. Ha. Ok. It wasn’t a fake apology, but I’ll stand by saying that you’re extremely unpleasant. I said I wasn’t surprised and I’m not. I didn’t say you deserved herpes or to be cheated on. He should have just left if he was unhappy. I said he probably FELT victimized, and with the way you lash out, he probably did. Not saying it’s accurate. I apologized only because I spoke hastily before taking into account the whole herpes thing. If you read the only confession any of this could possibly pertain to, it says they haven’t been physical. People on here are all about this emotional cheating crap, so they’re calling it cheating. Keep your fucks to yourself. You know why. —I’m not apologizing for that one.
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Posted by: anonymous
2018-11-28 02:40:27
ID: 57875
I want "fuck you and your fake ass apology" to be written on my headstone. No wait, I'm making it my mantra for 2019. There are so many people in my life who deserve to hear that. I'm not mocking the op either. Good for her for clapping back at that asshole.
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Posted by: anonymous
2018-11-28 02:28:39
ID: 57873
In response to a confession. First of all, fuck you and your fake ass apology. Second, she sure as hell made it sound like she's sleeping with the guy and notice how she hasn't denied it, even once. And third, I didn't bash her. I'm not the one who called her names. I called her behavior narcissistic, selfish, and disgusting. There's more than one person reacting to her. As far as me speculating about her, what the fuck do you call saying that I deserved to be cheated on because I supposedly victimized my ex? My ex was physically, verbally, and emotionally abusive and I'll be taking medicine for the rest of my life because of him. Leaving him was the hardest thing I've ever done. But sure, Jan, I deserve to have herpes because sometimes people marry the wrong person. You're fucked up.
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Posted by: anonymous
2018-11-28 02:04:05
ID: 57872
In response to a confession. .....and yes, I realize that was overly mean. I apologize for going overboard on that. It sucks that you caught herpes. I’d be furious too. This person isn’t putting their spouse at risk of an std though because they haven’t even seen this other guy. You don’t know what her plans are. She might end her marriage and decide to be on her own so she can be with this guy if she chooses to.
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Posted by: anonymous
2018-11-28 01:51:10
ID: 57870
In response to a confession. Oh, ok. Since your precious little feelings got hurt, it’s cool for you to bash a total stranger (mind you folks, from what we’ve read HAS ONLY BEEN TALKING to an ex) whom you know nothing about. There is such a thing as marrying the wrong person, which it sounds like your ex did since he’s still with the other woman. You seem extremely unpleasant. Your ex probably did feel victimized. I can’t say I’m surprised by your situation. Sometimes the truth hurts.
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Posted by: anonymous
2018-11-28 01:47:15
ID: 57869
I cheated on last boyfriend because he gave me ZERO affection or sex for months.
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