By Jaraxxus - 26/07/2016 09:45 - United States - Vass
Jaraxxus_fml tells us more.
OP here! No, we talked about it before this, so she knew why. I'm not sure why she thinks this.
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Well you know what they say. Those who are cheating themselves are the most paranoid...
Your reasoning for thinking she is cheating is almost as bad as her reasoning for thinking he's cheating. Sure, feeling guilty is one possible explanation for her making irrational logical leaps, just like needing money to spend on another woman is one possible explanation for wanting to save money. They're both bullshit arguments. I'm all for pointing out how illogical someone is for leaping to the worst possible conclusion like that, but your not helping that argument by doing the exact same thing.
#50, It's not illogical at all to strongly suspect that the girlfriend in this case is cheating when this sort of behavior has been displayed by cheaters thousands, if not millions of times. I speak from personal experience, as do many other people in this comment section who experienced the same thing. It's not really an issue of a guilty conscience. It's just classic sociopathic behavior. The logic of the sociopath is 1) I'm a lying cheater, so everyone else must be too. 2) It's okay for me to cheat, but not my boyfriend because I'm superior and I own him, so he better not be cheating. 3) I'm cheating but I don't want my boyfriend to know because it will be harder to control him, so I'll accuse him of cheating by scrutinizing everything he does so he'll be too busy arguing with me and thinking about his own behavior to notice the suspicious things I'm doing.