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  B_Foxy  |  0

I hate it when people say "Life is short." Life is the longest thing anyone has ever done. How is someone ever going to do something longer than be alive?

OP: No one deserves to be cheated on. It's never appropriate. I'm so sorry :( Fyl.

  Towelie_31  |  0

well if you count living as doing something, i feel safe saying being dead is doing something too. you're dead a lot longer then you're alive, just saying. (but i totally agree with you on the no one deserves to be cheated on thing)

  Anteezy  |  7

People say it because they wanted it to be longer. Even though life itself is the longest thing you have going I don't think it counts as doing something though.

  perdix  |  29


That's such BS to say, "if it's not working, leave." There are all kinds of ways for a marriage to be broken -- some are fixable and some are not. One spouse can tell the other directly what they demand to stay in the marriage, and it can still go unheard. When a counselor gets involved those demands get taken more seriously and you can get definitive answers as to whether they will be met or not. If you can reach an agreement, you can have a good marriage going forward. If not, you know that you gave it your best, and that ought to help you in court.

I also disagree that no one deserves to be cheated on. I think there are extreme examples where that should be amended to "Almost no one deserves to be cheated on."

  SpookyDeeCat  |  0

Excuse me? YDI? I think not. Marriage Counseling can help people if they really want to work at it, and they have the right counselor. The MC should not have done that. So it is NOT their fault in ANY WAY unless there is anther part of the story we won't know...

  Jeef27  |  0

I would just like to take this moment to inform everyone to IGNORE #3. This person has clearly never been in a marriage and is very ignorant about the topic. Good for you for getting help when it wasn't working. I'm so sorry that the doctor you went to was a complete idiot and did such a horrible thing. I hope everything works out okay in the end. But again; if your marriage is having troubles, get help and fix it! Especially if you have kids!

  TheTruth1428  |  0

That actually sounds like a pretty good plan.

OP should sue, get that guy fired and his license revoked, then check to see if he's married as well. If so, you've got one more life to ruin before you're on your marry way with a new wad of money in your pocket. Not only does him and your wife cheating effect him, it will make divorce court swing way in your favor.

By  Muffinish  |  0

I'd get his ass fired. Any sort of counselor is NOT supposed to get involved with a patient AT ANY LEVEL. You get the proof, talk to his supervisor, and BOOM! That guy's life is ruined and he has a big fat black mark on his record.