Cheating husband???….

posted 2 weeks ago in Relationships
Post # 61
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2457 posts
Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: May 1995

Have you looked to see if he has  Tinder account? A friend of mine had a similar experience with her husband of 16 years and father of her kids- very involved in church, girl scouts, boy scouts kid sports ect. Turned out he was a sociopath- had a secret second life with hook ups, sex addiction, multiple girl friends ect. Had been going on for years. She also had a job that gave him a lot of free time. Very convenient. He was very active on Tinder.

I do not buy the joke thing at all. 

Post # 62
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60 posts
Worker bee
  • Wedding: July 2018

j9marie :  Okay, lady, but I’m trying trying to prove anything.
I’m just saying. Don’t blame someone for something unless you know 100% that he was trying to cheat. He could’ve been just doing something stupid that he thought was funny at the time.

Was it offensive? Yes, but like I said, men do dumb things. He may have thought it was okay since he wasn’t trying to actually sleep with her or something.

Post # 63
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1360 posts
Bumble bee

andy05 :  Check his internet… a lot of phones have settings now where you can do 
“private” browsers, apps (like rename them), etc. 

Post # 64
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263 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: October 2017

Just because he didn’t physically cheat on you doesn’t mean that he didn’t have the intention of cheating on you. Do you honestly believe that if you hadn’t found that email and caught him that he wouldn’t have followed through with meeting up and sleeping with this other woman?

Post # 65
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60 posts
Worker bee

<u>andy05 :</u>  Andy, he told his friend to call you and say that.It was a craigslist ad for crying out loud.  Far from a joke. He is an asshole and you need to leave. He is untrustworthy and full of shit.

Post # 66
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948 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: October 2016

Is not just what he did with the Craigslist meet up & pic sending. It’s how he lied  about it, coerced friends to lie about it,  and texted you an awful kind of threatening text. It’s creepy & abusive, underscoring his distain for you. 

Post # 67
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9515 posts
Buzzing Beekeeper
  • Wedding: June 2015

It’s okay to leave someone without “proof” that they cheated. He has revealed his character; he is untrustworthy. 

This is a fact. 

 It’s a betrayal on numerous levels and that’s reason enough.

Post # 68
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669 posts
Busy bee

His emailing people on Craigslist for kink and sex is a reflection on you HOW exactly? I’d be out, for sure.

 

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