By Anonymous - 28/12/2013 05:10 - United States - Novi
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#1 granted OP'S wife having multiple accounts on a dating site "just in case" is beyond wrong does not mean that after twenty years of marriage that OP should just divorce her they should sit down and talk first they didn't make it to twenty years of marriage by jumping straight to divorce when they have a problem, divorce isn't the first thing they should automatically jump to.
If a girl I was married to for 20 years had dating accounts is divorce her. 1) she was expecting our marriage to fail anyway and can use those "in case" accounts now 2) she's most likely already cheated. Why be with someone you can't trust and obviously is ready for it to end?
#5 no where in OP'S FML does it say that his wife did it right after they were married, I think it means that at some point in their twenty year marriage she made the accounts, she very well could've made them 5 years ago however I don't think that's the point OP is trying to make I think it's just fact that she has them in the first place while they are still married.
just I case of what exactly? after 20 years one should know if their spouse is a lifer or not.
In case of finding a new, fresh and wild romance. It's always the same story: you start to love someone passionately, but after some years your very decent partner seems boring and you lust for a new sensational passion. A glitch in human nature and the end of many good marriages, it would seem.
I know quite a few couples that's marriage ended after being together 20 plus years. They stayed together for the sake of the children but once the kiddies are grown or out of the house, they find they no long have much in common with each other or they get to a point that they want to enjoy the remaining part of their lives without being stuck with someone they can't stand to be with in the first place.