Help! I hate him for what he's done

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Registered: 11-16-2004
Help! I hate him for what he's done
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Sun, 01-18-2009 - 7:04am

I posted a few days ago that I found out that my husband of 5 weeks is cheating. I think it really hit me this morning after he took his cell phone in the shower with him. It's attached at his hip from the moment he gets up in the morning until he goes to bed at night, but now he's locking it in the bathroom with him when he's in the shower.

I still haven't told him I know what he's doing. I've decided that I want to try to wait until I have more substantial proof before I do anything at all. I went online this morning on the off chance that he would leave anything in his accounts to show what he's been up to. He's been deleting most of his message histories, but he forgot something yesterday.

My mother had two heart attacks this week. While I was in the hospital with her all day yesterday, he was messaging his thing, trying to set up a rendezvous. How sick is that? My mother is at death's door and he's off running around with her.

I'm so depressed that I can barely move. I have a full-time job, a part-time job, and I'm taking college courses part-time. I don't know how long I'm going to be able to drag myself through the week with this on my back.

We were supposed to start trying to conceive next month (when we are supposed to leave on our honeymoon!) and now that's not going to happen. His touch makes my skin crawl. I was so looking forward to trying for a baby. I feel like he robbed me of my life before it even got started.

dreaming of becoming a mommy blinkie

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Registered: 09-09-2008
Mon, 01-19-2009 - 4:43pm
He's surely robbed you of your MARRIAGE before it had a chance.

 

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Registered: 12-02-2008
Tue, 01-20-2009 - 9:33am

I agree that you are lucky to have found out early. I have been married for about a year and a half and my mother passed away a month before the wedding. I needed to grieve some during our first year, you can't control when life throws you these things. I found out my spouse was only in it for the good times and she asked for a divorce recently after being absent from the marriage for some time. I had been trying very hard and our counselor had commented about positive aspects of my attitude but that she seemed to be drifting farther and farther away.

I found out why one day when i looked at her phone. She had been chatting and talking daily with another man, meeting him out for drinks until the wee hours of the morning when she was telling me that she was with "the girls".

After confronting her she spend a whole 24 hours being remorseful, telling me I was a bigger person, that she wasn't that strong, and that we should try. She then said she would email him and tell him it was over.

It didn't last. She became distant 48 hours later and then I finally said, ok.. I'll sign the papers. She had made up her mind to leave but was again hoping I would dote on her and make it easy. I don't understand these kind of people, but I can tell you that the world is full of many wonderful and kind people who can make you happy. Sometimes people are so selfish they don't realize that a partnership is to stand by each other. It may be something they will never find. Go find it for yourself now that you know what you are working with.

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Registered: 10-22-2007
Tue, 01-20-2009 - 1:42pm

Go to your pastor.

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Registered: 01-25-2005
Wed, 01-21-2009 - 3:11pm

I am so sorry you are going through this. This may sound harsh, but you need to divorce him before things go any further. It is extremely hard to deal with cheating but it is really easier to leave now, because you don't have children yet. I am sorry about your mother. I will pray for your family. Hang in there. This is a great place to be when you need friends who understand what you are going through. You deserve better. Try to always remember that.


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Registered: 09-09-2008
Wed, 01-21-2009 - 5:17pm
Oh, well put!!!

 

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