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  joseph19921992  |  10

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  iSativa  |  24

We don't have to jump straight to cheating. Perhaps your daughter is confused on the definition of "dad" and considers other male figures in her life to also be her father.

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  brrarm  |  17

Actually kids do sometimes consider other caring male figures in their lives to be their dads. I when little did that to a friend if family. My mom would shush me down and later try to explain, because she didn't want my father to feel bad about my words.

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  91hayek  |  31

The kid is confused enough; they should leave her out of their dysfunctional relationship and talk about it like the adults they are supposed to be.

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  jack_jill05  |  14

the fact that the FML said "daddy", the kid probably said that randomly, and his wife has to tell her not say that, I would assume that the she's probably young and doesn't need any of those things. maybe just talking it out in private without her in the room. one other thing. why, if your cheating on your husband and your childs father, would you bring her along?

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  Oh_Really21  |  3

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  JazNim17  |  16

54, although I think you're right and she is pretty young, I wanted to point out that using the word "daddy" for your dad does not necessarily mean the child is young. in some parts of the US kids call their father "daddy" forever. I'm 21 and I still say "daddy." My mom does the same with her dad. "Dad" actually sounds pretty impersonal to me. Just wanted to point that out.

By  Redoxx_fml  |  22

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  popprock  |  13

Probably would make things worse... Then the wife would have something to use against him. He'd say he was kidding or lying and then she would ask why he said it then. It just wouldn't end well....

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  DaMann360  |  19

I don't. He should greatly consider divorce because cheating is absolutely not okay. He can't trust her anymore and so on. He should do what he can to find the truth and then take any necessary actions.

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  kaylamarriee  |  10

I wasn't saying to not consider divorce if she was in fact cheating. I'm just saying that I hope everything works out for the best, whether it be divorce or they work it out. As long as he gets it figured out and does what's best for him.

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  Djmaxn  |  13

This is why most marriages end in divorce. People think it's the only answer. Well I say that divorce is a terrible idea that hurts everyone around you, and OP should consider ever other available option FIRST before resorting to divorce. At least try to work it out.

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  kaylamarriee  |  10

I agree #77, that's what I was trying to get at with my previous comment. For some people, it is the best option. But it is best to explore all options and talk it out first.

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  RayneSmytson  |  24

One of the worst reasons to stay together is "for the kids"... The kids grow up having a dysfunctional relationship and unhappy parents as an example and they learn that that is what normal relationships look like.

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  keirookami  |  11

It's never healthy to stay together "for the kids" as then the problems get worse and worse over time eventually leading to the kid believing it's his/her fault

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