Loc: United States
Bottom line is the trust will never be there again, if it's one incident or 100.<br><br>It's actually *better* for the child if two people in that type of situation go their separate ways...<br><br>[color:red]MLB, O&A - only on XM! Sign up now and drive up my stock...</font color=red>
First things first... Give your—I mean your friend's—home theater and computer equipment to me—I mean my friend. Once that's out of the way and safe, I'll tell you—I mean your friend—where to go from there.... I mean here. I mean.... <br><br>
Loc: Pacific NW, USA
Really sorry for your friend George. Please don't think every woman is like this. I hope it gets resolved as painlessly as possible although I realize that rarely happens. Maybe some advice/counseling would help. I hope everyone stresses to the child she is loved.<br><br>
Well, since there is a kid involved, I'm not sure I would divorce right away. If she cheated once, I don't think I would walk over that. Maybe some counseling. <br><br>But if she did 38 guys over the course of 6 months, I'd kick her to the curb faster than you could say "Jennifer Lopez."<br><br>
Are you speaking with experience? It's like I've been saying... the thing that went on isn't what really bugs me... it's that at the end of the day... when things may have been ironed out... she left for the night again... that was very hurtful...<br><br>
A married woman "goes out" without her husband? Where? To do other dudes?<br><br>No way I'd tolerate that.....I mean, if I were married (hahahhahaaha,) I'd want my wife (hahahahahaha) to have her own independence and do whatever she wants. But if she's sleeping around, F dat. I'd set her things on the porch and call a divorce lawyer. <br><br><br><br>
Used to be, the only thing you had to worry about with infidelity was emotions. <br><br>HIV is coming on with a vengeance...no chick is worth that. My guess is she's walking all over you because she thinks she can get away with it. Time for Mrs. Optimus George to get a little reality check...<br><br>
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