- 8 years ago
- Wedding: April 2012
@Pomapoo: Thank goodness you are a smart woman and realized it now!!! Your husband should not make you feel bad about yourself in any way, shape or form. Run, as fast as you can.
PS-I looked at your previous posts, and I am certain you will be snagged up quickly by a respectable guy (you’re beautiful and clearly have a lot to offer).
@mypinkshoes: yes 100%! Do not get him fired! Aside from the legal/financial implications that could have on you, two wrongs don’t make a right and what kind of person would you be to do that in spite? Don’t stoop to his level.
Im so sorry OP but you will get past this and find happiness. Just make sure to protect yourself!
I’m so sorry, what a douchebag!!
i would wait until after your divorce, then send his boss a letter. I bet he’s been racking up some “expense reports” during his travels. I know two wrongs don’t make a right but he’s an a first class ass.
@PinkPinstripes: Yes, I’m positive he’s been expensing all these dates, dinners, ball games, and late-nite fun on the company dime. And he’s been taking out his “work stress” on me and always complaining about how they’re trying to make more money and do more travel. It was all a sham.
So so sorry. Only advice I can offer is to get yourself a really good lawyer to protect what you can.
I am sure all you feel now is pain and betrayal, but it will get better. Keep your chin up.
@Pomapoo: And that is exactly why I believe in my open book policy…UGH!
You poor thing. I’m so sorry you have to go through this. I wish I had some magic words to make you feel better. Thank goodness it didn’t go on any longer. Hope you can find the strength to pick up the pieces and move on. You’re worth so much more than he could ever comprehend.
ETA: If you plan on using the affair in your divorce you’re going to need actual physical proof, ie. pics, bank statements, whatever you can get your hands on.
I’m so sorry, OP!
I’m so sorry he did this to you. 🙁 I too have been cheated on by someone I thought I’d spend the rest of my life with. I actually found out the day after the proposal… The best day of my life followed by the worst. But it did get better, and it will for you too. It just takes time to heal. I’m glad your friends are with you and you’re taking the necessary steps to protect yourself physically and financially. Hugs to you <3
@Pomapoo: For the sake of the company, after he has paid out what he needs to for the house, divorce, whatever, you should tell them. That is really dishonest business practice and a drain on their funds, so as a company they should know.
Now for YOU – I am SO sorry you have had to deal with this man for so much of your life. I am sorry he has treated you horribly and cheated on you. But you get to look forward to finding someone good, and never having to put up with this jackass as a husband again. It makes me sick men like him exist, and I hope his life gets gosh awful enough to make him see and feel guilt for being the type of person he now is.
Just want to add that I looked at your previous posts and saw photos – HE DOES NOT DESERVE YOU. He looks like a fucking troll! What an idiot.
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