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User Topic: BS Questions for WS's - Part 6
Chili
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Default  Posted: 3:48 PM, August 14th (Tuesday), 2012View ProfileEdit MessagePrivate MessageHomepage

Card sort of addressed this, but just curious if any WS could relate. Mine told me that the whole thing felt like "being on a cocaine binge or something."

Really I sort of get it, but not really...is the high of an affair in the same ballpark as drugs then? Self-medicating with a different substance perhaps?

Just wondering if maybe it's one of the pretty honest things he said.

Thanks to all of you for responding here - it's really brilliant.


Me: BSO
Him: Assclown
Too many years tied up with him.
April-May 2012 pretty much sucked.
"I'd love to give a dog a bone, but I'm not gonna stick around to help you" - Jack White

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She-Ra
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Default  Posted: 9:44 PM, August 14th (Tuesday), 2012View ProfileEdit MessagePrivate MessageHomepage

Answer to Chili:

Yes I can relate to your WS claim about the "high" being compared to a cocaine binge. I remember the first time doing coke about 10 years ago... Didn't think I would ever do it. Once I tried it, I liked it and in fact did it all night. Felt terrible the next day but did few more times the following days...

I compared my cheating to chasing a high.. I didn't ever think I would cheat. Once I tried it, liked it, got a major high from it.. Felt terrible after. But I did it again multiple times over the next 6 weeks knowing I would get that high again.

When I confessed to my BH a few days ago, he asked me how I felt and what I was thinking when I was cheating. I told him I wasn't thinking at all (obviously) and told him that I was too busy loving the high to think logically.

Hope that helps answer your question. I would have to say that was pretty bold and honest for your WH to tell you like that. I felt really embarrassed to explain that feeling to my BH as its so selfish and incredibly stupid.....

Edit: I haven't done coke in about 7 years. Just sayin'.

[This message edited by messedupchick at 10:14 PM, August 14th (Tuesday)]


FWW 33 BH 33
Met 8 yrs ago, together for 6, married for 3
Dday Aug 10, 2012
Beautiful baby daughter born June 2013
Now in limbo.. I'm allowed to have deal breakers too

The WW formerly known as messedupchick


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stilllovinghim
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Default  Posted: 2:00 AM, August 15th (Wednesday), 2012View ProfileEdit MessagePrivate MessageHomepage

losingmyground

1. If your affair was announced to your BS by the other BS, how did things go?

2. If your BS announced the affair to the OBS, how did you feel?

I was not the OW in my A so I'm unable to answer your question, however, I'm bumping this in hopes someone else with this experience will be able to provide you with an answer.


“You have a choice. Live or die.Every breath is a choice. Every minute is a choice. Every time you don't throw yourself down the stairs, that's a choice. Every time you don't crash your car, you re-enlist.”
― Chuck Palahniuk, Survivor

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Default  Posted: 2:04 AM, August 15th (Wednesday), 2012View ProfileEdit MessagePrivate MessageHomepage

nlovemyfamily

just wondering if destroyed relationships with adult kids are repaired after remorse is shown and trust is proven? Can the relationship ever be as good or better with unfaithful parent and adult child? How is this possible? Would love to hear actual situations from Fws!!

No experience with this since our DS was and is still very young. However, I know of several FWS on SI who were able to repair their relationship with their adult and teen children. It's never too late. You just have to work harder and harder everyday. I think you not only have your love and actions to prove to your BS, but you have to do just as much work to prove that love through actions with adult or teen children aware of the A since they were betrayed as well and aware of the betrayal...hope that makes sense as I'm trying to reply at work...


“You have a choice. Live or die.Every breath is a choice. Every minute is a choice. Every time you don't throw yourself down the stairs, that's a choice. Every time you don't crash your car, you re-enlist.”
― Chuck Palahniuk, Survivor

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stilllovinghim
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Default  Posted: 2:22 AM, August 15th (Wednesday), 2012View ProfileEdit MessagePrivate MessageHomepage

HopefulK

My WH had sex with a stripper- twice.(two days in a row) After D-Day he was saying that he wasn't sure "I could be the only girl he loved" among other excuses so I left the state to go back home. Not even a week later he (basically) moved her in.

He had not tried to contact me - basically disregarded his son & his unborn son (I am pregnant).


A few weeks later I asked him if he "knew really who she was?" He said yes. She's a felon - druggie (weed) - stripper - who has placed ad's on "sugar daddy" websites. He knew everything minus the sugar daddy ads... but he didn't seem to care?

She is very different from me.

I asked him if he was "serious" about her and he said he was.


Could he really have developed feelings for a stripper who had sex with him on the first date after two nights of drinking with her & her stripper friends?


Did he hate me/not love me that much or could he really have met "the one?"


I am so confused at how easily it was for him to throw what we had away....the only thing that makes sense is that he really did fall for this girl?

Ok, first of all, huge (((((HUGS)))) for you and the littles. I can't even imagine.

Secondly, it sounds as though your WS did the whole "I love you but I'm not in love with you" bull crap. It's a pretty common topic that will pop up on SI so there are A LOT of members here with that experience...unfortunately. I'm just saying this because this isn't a "rare" occurrence.

Now, he is not in love with this person. In lust, yes. Infatuated, yes. The sparkles will fade and he will come back to reality. He doesn't care about the drug past because #1, she's a stripper so if anything THAT would be a bigger deal and obviously it isn't.
#2 He doesn't care about himself and he has stars in his eyes, so he's willing to overlook these things very easily.

I can't speak for him and say he never loved you. He's certainly not showing that love towards you or the children presently, but that doesn't mean he NEVER loved you... and of course she's very different from you! Take that as a compliment!!!

It's easy for him to throw all this away because his head is up his ass. I nearly threw away the two most important gifts I will ever be given in my life. Both the purest physical representations of God's love I'll ever know in my lifetime (other than Jesus but I never "knew" him irl) and I just about lost it all for the biggest doucher ever. I barely knew this person. I could have ended up dead in a ditch somewhere or worse, I could have lost my H and our precious boy. My old tagline when I first joined SI read,"I traded a diamond for a turd."

My head was up my ass. I did what I wanted to do. I was so self absorbed I basically turned into a walking puckered ass-hole with a victim's mentality. Everything was about "me" and "my hurts" blah, blah, blah...When a person convinces him or herself of lies long enough they really do believe they're true and "fuck the world I'm gonna make myself happy...what about MY needs?! "

Please don't think I'm telling you to give up hope. But know this, focus on yourself and your healing. It's going to be hard because I can tell you are a lover and a giver. But the most important thing you can ever do for yourself and those precious babies is to focus on YOU and making yourself happy and sane. These babies are depending on you and your mental health.

One way that I found to help my H with his depression in all of this is I bought him a guitar. Not because I'm trying to "buy his love back" but because he loves to play. It's a pure joy that has always been there for him that he can always trust and it's something he's relied upon in the past during other dark times he went through. It's also something that doesn't HAVE to involve me and something he can use to channel his anger and frustrations as well as a tool to teach our son with.

Try to find some sort of activity to help yourself. It's ok to be selfish. Pick up a hobby like painting or focus on getting the baby stuff ready or make a scrapbook. Something to keep your mind off of this mess that is for YOU.

[This message edited by stilllovinghim at 2:42 AM, August 15th (Wednesday)]


“You have a choice. Live or die.Every breath is a choice. Every minute is a choice. Every time you don't throw yourself down the stairs, that's a choice. Every time you don't crash your car, you re-enlist.”
― Chuck Palahniuk, Survivor

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VeilLifted
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Default  Posted: 8:45 AM, August 15th (Wednesday), 2012View ProfileEdit MessagePrivate MessageHomepage

Aubrie-
I homeschool as well and though I am the BS, I carry the guilt of making a mess of their schooling for months after. Admittedly they are old enough to work on their own, but they were aware of what was going on and the three of us did what we needed to get through those first few months. Homeschoolers are usually ahead of the curve, so everything will turn out for the best with a mom as strong as you.

nlovemyfamily,
Not the WS, but I can tell you my H's relationship with our boys has grown tremondously over the past couple of months. I just had a talk with my boys this past weekend about how they were feeling about everything and specifically how they felt things were going with H. They are so happy with the dad he is becoming. He wasn't the greatest dad/husband before the A and became a living nightmare right before, during and immediately after. We are all very sad, including H, that this is what it took for him to become the man I knew he always was inside. H just asked the boys a few days ago if they would do some of the things with him he had always promised to do when they were younger and they agreed. He had bought a Backyard Demolition book and now they are going to do the things in it. It truly is never too late to make things right.

[This message edited by VeilLifted at 8:49 AM, August 15th (Wednesday)]


Me - BW
Him - FWH
DDay 10-29-11 2 month EA 1 time PA
He had ended it 10-28-11
Broke NC 12-20-11
S 12-21-11 filed D 1-4-12
R started/H moved home 2-8-12
2 wonderul boys 17 & 14
Married 19 years

Posts: 226 | Registered: Jan 2012 | From: Indiana
NothngElseMattrs
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HopefulK, I'm sorry you are going through this while pregnant. I hope you are able to take care of yourself, even if it's just for your little ones.

About your H and the stripperOW.... I don't think he really fell for her. stilllovinghim is right, the sparkles will fall away. Your WH is in escape world. My A was a ONS and I did not know OM well at all. Once I got the ICK feeling about him, though, the sparkles will definitely neverevereverever come back. Thank goodness.

Could he really have developed feelings for a stripper who had sex with him on the first date after two nights of drinking with her & her stripper friends?

No. But I'm in the "love at first sight is bullshit" camp. In such a short period of time, I think he developed feelings for his projection of her... he is assuming a lot and she is projecting whatever appearance/words/actions that she thinks he wants to hear. This fake person is what he has feelings for. It's not real.
Did he hate me/not love me that much or could he really have met "the one?"

I'm guessing his actions weren't out of hate. He did put himself in the position where he found this OW, he was bieng selfish and just plain not thinking of you. She is so not "the one." Her JOB is to seduce men into giving her what she wants. Honestly. She is going to milk him for everything she can get, and then toss him aside if he runs out of money/ says no to some demand she has/ someone else comes along with deeper pockets. I hope you have taken steps to protect yourself financially.... taken half the joint accounts, etc etc.
I am so confused at how easily it was for him to throw what we had away....the only thing that makes sense is that he really did fall for this girl?

He "fell" for her because he was looking for an escape. He let himself. Yall are young, maybe he wanted to run from responsibility because it scared him. She is able to tell him exactly what he wants to hear, and doesn't deal with any of the day-to-day responsibilities of a wife and mother like you do. He took this for granted, and is continuing to take it for granted, because he wanted to. He chose this and chooses it every day that he isn't coming back to you and asking for forgiveness. Any excuse of "oh I fell for her, I couldn't help it" is deep, deep, deep WS crap, but if he doesn't want to get out of it, and he's waiting to "fall" out of it or not... Well...

[This message edited by NothngElseMattrs at 10:22 AM, August 15th (Wednesday)]


"Is all that we see or seem
But a dream within a dream?"

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nlovemyfamily
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Just wondering about how we take our blessings of family for granted. If fws could speak to this issue of taking their family and innocent children for granted, risking losing the most important asset of family in return for romantic bliss or personal desires. Just need to understand the trade off?

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heartbroken0903
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nlovemyfamily

I know, after digging into my personal shit in the aftermath of the A, that I didn't really ever learn to value family or look at the concept as primary & important to all else. I had always considered my personal happiness to be paramount.

I didn't have children when I had the affair (still don't). I know that I wouldn't have cheated had I had children. BUT, the reason for this is because I would have been unwilling to risk becoming a single mom (by divorce). Once again, because of MY personal comfort, not because of the absolute importance of family above all else.

I have done a lot of work in the interval time on myself and my selfishness. But at the time of the A, I was certainly not thinking of family as a reason to not do it.


Me: WS, 30s
XH: BS, 40s
No kids

Married 2.5 years
D-day 3/6/10
Divorced 5/14/10

Reconciling after divorce


Posts: 1921 | Registered: Mar 2010 | From: the cat's meow
hopelessromantic
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haven't posted in a while but have a question for remorseful waywards well into R. We are 3+ years out, had a year of cancer battle so affair 'stuff' was put on hold if you will. But we are now back to working on "us" and R. I am finding that my WS is still extremely full of shame and regret/remorse. He's been a "model" WS pretty much from the git-go, but he continues to feel like he doesn't deserve to spend money on something just for him, or do things he wants to do on his own because he feels selfish or bad for leaving me at home (ie. go to a race or something with one of his friends). So my question is, is it "normal" (whatever normal is in all this) for a WS to feel such undeservingness (made that up ) of themselves because of what of their affair and what they did to their BS? I mean he bends over backwards doing stuff for me/us, doesnt mind if I get myself a new outfit or whatever, or buy something new for the house, but when I tell him he can go ahead and order his parts for the car (he wants to do some upgrades to our corvette) he says he can't that he doesn't deserve anything right now.

Don't get me wrong, I'm thankful that he understands the devastation he caused when he had his affair, but is this normal? And when does a WS start to feel deserving of things again? Heck for the longest time he didn't even feel like he deserved to still be loved by me or the affection I was giving him. I'm kinda at a loss.


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D-Day 5/3/09 TT til 6/22/09
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Crushed38
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At what point did you know that what you were doing was wrong but decided to do it anyway? I mean literally, pinpoint the exact moment in time when you DECIDED to cross the line.

Secondly, what made you decide to go ahead with the A? Was it entitlement? Selfishness? Something else?

I'm really struggling with this and my FWH can't seem to answer.

Thanks.

[This message edited by Crushed38 at 5:35 PM, August 15th (Wednesday)]


It's amazing that someone can break your heart and you still love them with all of the little pieces. -unknown

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heartbroken0903
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Default  Posted: 6:21 PM, August 15th (Wednesday), 2012View ProfileEdit MessagePrivate MessageHomepage

Crushed38

I decided to cross the line on Monday, September 22, 2009, at approximately 9:15 a.m.

The preceding Saturday had been the day that I "innocently" or so I thought texted the OP something sentimental regarding our past dating relationship. His reply made it sound as though he still had feelings for me.

That following Monday, I talked/flirted with him in the parking lot of our work. At that moment, I knew that I was going to have an affair. I even knew that I'd probably get caught, and that if I did, I'd certainly be divorced. I remember telling myself, "This is stupid, this is not a good idea." But in that moment I made the choice to do it anyway.

The very simplistic reason is that I thought I still had feelings for the OP too (or, rather, perceptions of unfinished business) but I was too chickenshit to leave my H first before pursuing things with him, and I didn't have the moral fortitude to put those feelings aside and honor my marriage vows.

Edited to add, I realize now that the line was first crossed on Saturday 9/19/09 with the text message, but at the time---before SI and understanding boundaries and EAs---I considered crossing the line to be Monday morning when it was understood that we would be entering into an affair, no mistaking what it was.

[This message edited by heartbroken0903 at 6:24 PM, August 15th (Wednesday)]


Me: WS, 30s
XH: BS, 40s
No kids

Married 2.5 years
D-day 3/6/10
Divorced 5/14/10

Reconciling after divorce


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Default  Posted: 6:34 PM, August 15th (Wednesday), 2012View ProfileEdit MessagePrivate MessageHomepage

Hopeless ~
but is this normal
yep. I did that for a good 2 years after d-day. I was living in my shame. I'm no longer there but I can tell you, it's normal. Once he comes up for air and realizes that he doesn't have to live in his shame, he will move away from that behavior.


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Crushed38
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Heartbroken, thank you for your response. Are you reconciling with you xh?


It's amazing that someone can break your heart and you still love them with all of the little pieces. -unknown

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Yes, unbelievably. I still can't believe that he is willing to try again with me. I really, really did bad.

ETA: No problem re: answering. I answer as many questions as I can in here that I have experience with so as to help others.

[This message edited by heartbroken0903 at 6:47 PM, August 15th (Wednesday)]


Me: WS, 30s
XH: BS, 40s
No kids

Married 2.5 years
D-day 3/6/10
Divorced 5/14/10

Reconciling after divorce


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Hi there....my WS began EA via phone contact June 2011 with MOW1. Within 2 weeks he Admitted he was meeting her and he said they kissed.
Then the A continued for another 9 months. He swears that they had no more physical contact tho....???
It doesn't seem feasible to me when they had at least daily phone contact, most times at least twice other random meetings for coffee, texts and phone calls when I have been interstate (she only lives 15 mins away)... Oh and the kicker.....he has admitted they spoke about sex with each other quite a bit, such as positions, likes etc.....Yuk!!!

So...my question is - is it possible that he is telling the truth? I don't know anymore cause he has only ever admitted to things if I had the proof, so I feel that unless I get proof of more, he won't be honest.

But it's like a catch 22... I hate this


I gave you enough rope to hang yourself.
Me BS 48
Him WS 54
False DDay 06/02/12
3 simultaneous EA's
Multiple DDays thru till 16th April 2012
Disclosed PA 16th April 2012
Reality- alot sicker than I realized .......

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escape artist,

It is possible to have only an EA with no "real" physical component. The MOW in my situation was 3 hours away. We only met once during the actual A, then maybe 4 more times after the A was pretty much dead. Only thing that ever happened was a few hugs.

Sexual tension/conversation can also happen. I think it is a natural progression when in an EA, but there are some WS who've maintained that there was no sexual tension/conversation in their EA's.

With your WH's AP only 15 minutes away, and a WH who isn't talking openly, it would be difficult to believe that nothing ever happened.

Have you drawn your line in the sand as far as his coming forward with the whole truth? Do you believe you have it all?


WH - 44
BW - gerrygirl

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BS here, I'm mostly interested in this from a man's point of view.

The issue of my bf being an alcoholic is also a big one, so alcoholics replies are especially appreciated? Or particularily when alcohol or being high played a big roll in being able to carry out an A.

This question is for all men:
#1 If the sex is great and daily and his woman is pretty much awesome (as he tells her when he is sober), what is the likely hood he will have an A? (We are encountereed with so much hype about men cheating for sex and because of not feeling desired etc at home.)

#2 If the sex is great and daily and his woman is pretty much awesome, but he drinks alot and doesn't think she is so awesome when he are drunk because he blameshifts when he is drunk, what is the liklihood he will cheat? Can he keep from cheating during being so drunk and having all the blameshifting behaviors that alcoholics have? Is it even possible the reality of having a woman he is so passionate about could keep him from cheating while drunk? I'm not an alcoholic or an addict and have never had to deal with one, so I don't know.

Thanks for answering.

[This message edited by mainegirl at 2:29 PM, August 16th (Thursday)]


Divorced WH 2+ yrs ago.
Now in 2 yr relationship w/alcoholic, no OW or A but ON THE SLIPPERY SLOPE.
Me: 41
He: 42
Being a BW has damaged me.

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need translation here. What does it mean when WH says i'm just upset about his A because it hurt my feelings. WTF??? Were my feelings not supposed to be hurt? Is it supposed to just be all about him? He said this weeks ago and I just keep mulling over it. When I asked him at the time what he meant he just changed topic.


ME : BS 35
HIM : WH 49
MARRIED 7YRS TOGETHER 12 YRS
3 KIDS AGED 6,3&9 mo.
DDAY: JUNE 2012 (he confessed to 1xPA with some hoebag extraordinaire who lived next to the house he was roofing LAST SUMMER when i was 7 mo preggs).

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A couple questions for any WS's out there who may either know or have experience with this...

During the questioning of my fWW on D-Day and well after, she has said she felt detached from herself, and zombie like. That she physically was going through motions and didn't 'feel' anything emotionally. She says she felt like that for months leading up to the A and especially during it. She even said that during her sexual encounters with the OM she was completely detached and didn't even feel like she was in her body. Even sending texts to him, it was more like talking to no one and she didn't attach the idea that she was speaking to him in her head. She says she didn't really start feeling anything again until a couple months ago (which does coincide with her birth control pills she stopped taking getting out of her system, if that's relevant).

Is this normal or common at all?

Also, and the thing I most want to know about, she says she can't remember. Like genuinely can't remember. That the early months of this year are missing from her memory outside of things here and there and she barely remembers anything about the A.

What confuses me is she told me a lot of what I know on D-Day and the days following herself. On that day, she could tell me about her first sexual encounter with OM that happened about 3 1/2 weeks prior, in detail. Yet her second sexual act 5 days prior to D-Day she barely could recall. She now says she can't remember anything of the A. In our recent talks in the past weeks she has tried remembering as much as possible to answer some questions but still struggles.

A friend of mine said that this is common in people who go through stuff like that. A coping mechanism of sorts to protect your mind.

I just find it weird that she told me certain things herself, and a couple months later has no clue about what I'm talking about. She takes my word for it, but can't remember things she did or her telling me.

Is this normal or common?


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Together: 9 years, 2 children
D-Day: April 19, 2012

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