By Anonymous - 07/11/2011 20:48 - United States
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All I can say is, good on you for divorcing the bastard. And F that poor baby's life for having him for a father.
I'm hearing more and more stories about how men are cheating more often. Most of you men who can't control yourselves, and fall into the temptation are losers. I would just like to know, what the fuck is wrong with you people. This goes for girls too. -_- Like we need any more crying train wrecks on the streets.
I never said anything about sex. In fact, I was referring to how much take there is from the female side in a so-called "give-and-take" relationship. I'm not saying its like that in every relationship, but it seems that in a lot of instances the woman is pushing her man to want a different woman.
If she's pushing him that much, 135, then he is always free to leave. If he's unhappy, then it his responsibility to either talk with his SO to try to work it out, or give up on the relationship. No where does that allow for cheating. No one is responsible for another's fidelity. We only are responsible for our own actions and if a relationship is bad, it's far better to leave than cheat.
Well your getting divorced so clearly the marriage wasn't working out aside from that. Move passed it and get on with your life
I'm so sorry that this happened, but at least you're not going to have to put up with him anymore. Seems you had a child to deal with after all. In the end, its better this way. Would you really want your baby raised by this man? I feel bad for the one he's got on the way. Now, go find someone amazing and make babies with him! :)
I guess this is where we all say: "dump the lousy guy" or "you can do better" There obviously has to be a reason WHY he cheated.