I cant stop crying. Wife cheated.

rich85

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After 15 years together since we were 18 I just found out my wife had been cheating on me.

Reading the messages that made me find out of months of cheating is the most painful thing I have ever been through.

How someone can do this to their partner and make them so hurt I will never understand. I just feel so sad.
 

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it sucks,but you will eventually find someone new and be happy again.
 

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Sorry for your troubles Brother.

Being a veteran of three divorces the best advice I can offer up is:

#1)
Do NOT let booze be your guide.
It's ok to drink just don't be on the bottle when making any decisions.
No drunk texting either...you'll just regret it.

#2)
Don't "hang on"
It's emasculating and rarely ends in anything other than prolonging the inevitable.

#3)
Remember that time will really heal this wound.
It just does man and faster than you think.
Remembering that will help you get through those tough days.

IDK, that's about all I've got.
Hang tough.
It'll get better.

K

Oh, and as stated above...........get an attorney right away.
Sucks but believe me, you'll want one.
 

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Change bank accounts and cancel anything joint. Secure firearms. Contact attorney. Do not move out of house.

Yesterday.
Delete this thread. Screenshot everything about everything. Document all interactions with her. Get tested for STIs.

Contact attorney. Yesterday.
+1......
 

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Maybe not. Plenty of men have been through the same thing, and there are probably members here who can provide advice and recommendations based on experience.
Opening up is a good thing. I just think that even for legal purposes, talking shit online could come back to haunt a person. That’s all I meant, really am trying to look out for poor Rich.
 

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I am so sorry to hear of this.

If it were me I'd divorce her. For me, if that happend, and it hasn't so dont consider my advice valid... it's just what I'd do.
 
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rich85

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No it's alright to have a thread. Nothing said here is any different to what I have sent her. I am in Australia so it's a pretty fair system here since we don't have kids.

I just need to talk to people as losing my best friend of 15 years is also leaving me so lost.
 

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I’m sorry this happened to you, I know from experience that it’s a very painful thing to go through.
 

rich85

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Sorry for your troubles Brother.

Being a veteran of three divorces the best advice I can offer up is:

#1)
Do NOT let booze be your guide.
It's ok to drink just don't be on the bottle when making any decisions.
No drunk texting either...you'll just regret it.

#2)
Don't "hang on"
It's emasculating and rarely ends in anything other than prolonging the inevitable.

#3)
Remember that time will really heal this wound.
It just does man and faster than you think.
Remembering that will help you get through those tough days.

IDK, that's about all I've got.
Hang tough.
It'll get better.

K

Oh, and as stated above...........get an attorney right away.
Sucks but believe me, you'll want one.
Thankyou.
The "what if" questions in my head are soul destroying
 




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