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Cooley2here posted 2/28/2019 18:37 PM

Broken, every cheater in the world has excuses. They are all a crock of s***. She cheats because she wants to. There is no other reason. That is what you have to keep in mind every time she contacts you. Ask yourself what she is getting out of this. Whatever it is it is not in your best interest. Do.not.trust.a.thing.she.says. Her action speak much louder.

setecastronomy posted 2/28/2019 22:34 PM

Broken, every cheater in the world has excuses. They are all a crock of s***.

This bears repeating. Every f'ing time.

She's broken. Don't let her dump that shit on you.

Buster123 posted 2/28/2019 22:48 PM

I'm surprised you even listened, but anyway what was your response to her ? A good one would have been: "OK, is that your sorry ass excuse for banging another man? now get the hell out and don't come back !!!

The1stWife posted 3/2/2019 06:24 AM

How do you feel after speaking to her?

Brokenheart60 posted 3/7/2019 20:42 PM

One response to me I believe ask the critical question,I was asked," how do you feel when she contacts me and talks?". To be truthful I have mixed feelings but more and more I see her as a liar and cheater who could never be trusted again. These feeling's of hurt and humiliation last a long time. Is it possible ( or even moral ) to hate someone you loved less than 4 months ago. I go through days where I feel strong only to lay here at night picturing the betrayal.

Jduff posted 3/8/2019 06:27 AM

The opposite of love is actually indifference. Hate is a normal response to what someone does to hurt you the way she hurt you, the way all of our partners have betrayed us. To hate is to still have "a feeling" of any kind toward her. My opinion, hate is a bad thing when it is converted directly into action.

Don't be hard on yourself for going through all your emotions toward her and your situation. These are the stages of your grieving process.

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