(Closed) And it didn't stop.

posted 5 years ago in Emotional
Post # 3
2831 posts
Sugar bee
  • Wedding: May 2014

@figgnewton:  I don’t know exactly what has happened here. But you and your family don’t deserve that kind of disrespect. If you have a support system, leave him now. If you don’t, you better psych your self up and get the balls to go out on your own. Nothing could be worse at this point for you than having a cheating, lying, disrespecting husband.

So sorry.

Post # 5
1285 posts
Bumble bee

@Artificial-Sweetener:  Agreed



@figgnewton:  your daughter is 3.  Still too young to know what’s going on. You will be amazed how quickly they adapt that young. I know, my son was 4, and he’s fine.  If you wait until the children get older, that’s when you will have more difficult issues.  My daughter was 8, she had a more difficult time and took longer for her to adapt. 

Get your support system in order, family and friends.  confront him with , make  choices, leave if you have to.  

Post # 6
1313 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: February 2017 - Seattle, WA

I don’t know the backstory here either but that is not ok…have you confronted him yet?

Post # 7
7651 posts
Bumble Beekeeper
  • Wedding: July 2012

I’m not sure what’s happening, but 1000 text messages a day?! Between two people?

I agree with @Artificial-Sweetener:  You need to figure this out whether it be with him or on your own, and it sounds liek you have already tried with him. What’s the difference in doing the delivery and life alone if he isn’t going to be there anyway for you becuase he’s too busy texting this other person??

Post # 8
4952 posts
Honey bee
  • Wedding: August 2013


Wow. WTF.

I know it’s going to be hard, but you and your girls deserve better. 

Post # 9
2958 posts
Sugar bee
  • Wedding: August 2013 - Wynn Las Vegas

I remember the first story. I am so sorry! I think you gave him one chance, and that is all he deserves. As PP said, young kids adapt quickly.

Post # 10
5958 posts
Bee Keeper
  • Wedding: April 2018

@figgnewton:  There comes a time in every relationship, where a woman has to got to show the man she’s with just who he’s fucking with…you were reasonable, you were patient, you communicated openly and your fella did not get the message…

It is at this point in time that I would have the locks changed, hit shit in a bag on the front stoop and a police car out front to handle the tantrum that ensues from his realization that texting some broad through the night is not the way an adult comports themselves.

I’m a pretty patient and understanding woman, UNTIL I feel like I’m not being respected…its at that point I go charging rhino, ophelia style crazy bitch on a man, and he either figures it out, or finds the nearest exit.

Post # 11
7218 posts
Busy Beekeeper
  • Wedding: June 2013

Just read your previous post and it looks like he said he would stop texting her. TBH I would leave now. This is not okay. Big hugs to you!!

Post # 12
521 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: November 2014

@figgnewton:  I remember your last post on this. I’m telling you Fig, you can do so much better. He isn’t respecting your relationship. He’s tested you so many times. Here he is thinking he can do whatever he wants and you won’t leave because of the children. Boy is he wrong. At some point you will have enough and that door will be swinging. I just hope you don’t wait to long. You are so much stronger than you know and it’s situations like these that teach us what we are capable of. Show that man what the door looks like.

Post # 13
1326 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: July 2013

It’s time to go. I remember the other thread, too. You don’t deserve this. I agree, your girls are young enough where they will adjust easily.

Post # 14
9688 posts
Buzzing Beekeeper
  • Wedding: September 2012

@Nona99:  +1.  Yep.  HELL yep.

He’s way out of line.

Post # 15
9682 posts
Buzzing Beekeeper

@figgnewton:  Daddy will have to explain why he isn’t around and why be betrayed his family when mommy made her children her priority. He lied to you and when someone lies, they have a reason to. When someone choses to cover something up, then there is an underlying reason.

It is more important to your Darling Husband to continue conversing with this woman than to respect his wife’s feelings. He is willing to risk his life with you for the this other person. Can you live the rest of your life like that? 

Personally, I can’t live always wondering if the person who is supposed to love and respect me most actually does.  

Post # 16
868 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: July 2013

@figgnewton:  i think he crossed the line. he knows you have the means to find out about this because you confronted him last time. thhe knows this makes you uncomfortable right? he’s not prioritizing your needs.

i would ask him to move out.

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