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By Good sister - / Thursday 13 October 2011 23:20 / United States
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I feel for you.... Just not right that infidelity should manifest itself like that. I'm sorry for your loss. It certainly is a loss. He has taken something from you that you can't get back....not only him but both of them. Can't imagine how you feel. Best wishes. Hope you launched a foot into the cheating happy sacks....

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I feel for you.... Just not right that infidelity should manifest itself like that. I'm sorry for your loss. It certainly is a loss. He has taken something from you that you can't get back....not only him but both of them. Can't imagine how you feel. Best wishes. Hope you launched a foot into the cheating happy sacks....

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Well said, #2. And you're right, this is a loss...a big one. The trust she had in her sister and in her husband may be irreparably destroyed. And if she & the husband have children together, the damage done there is unthinkable. There's just no excuse for this. I feel for the OP, and can't imagine how awful this must be. I hope she gets some counseling & is able to move on...and find someone to share her life who is worthy of her.

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It depends on the situation the child is in. I know three bastards. They are all close friends of mine. One was born before her parents got married. Same with the other one, although one of her parents was a widow and the other a divorcee. Another one of my friends is a bastard because her mother gave birth to her when she was 16. She hasn't seen her father since she was two. Even if their parents to become married to eachother, they are still a bastard. Since the child's parents are not married to eachother, I believe they are a bastard.

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You think I'll never guess who the baby's father is? Challenge accepted. But really though, I'm sorry to hear that. FYL OP and it's probably time to have a serious talk with your husband and your sister.

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Usually, I say that the other woman is not the problem; after all, she doesn't owe you anything and who knows what lies she'd been told and what she thinks is the truth. But the 2 big excepts to that rule are when the other woman is a friend or family member. Those are people who can't claim they don't know or have access to the truth, and they are people who definitely owe you loyalty and love, people who you trust and had every right to expect that they'd be worthy of that trust. How awful for everyone involved, especially the children.

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