“He denied it, so I started reading the emails to him. He then told me breaking up is easier than he thought it would be.”
“I was devastated. It then came out that he had been cheating on me for the last three years, with multiple women and taking all of them to his dad’s house to cheat.
BTW, the girl I found him with ended up leaving him, she and I became friends, and now we’re both happily married to new men.” —alyrobbbb
“He was talking about how nice it was to hang out with her a few nights before when he had told me he was with his brother. It was a horrible, toxic relationship, and I was so relieved to have a good excuse to end it.” —rooster05
“This was three years after I had kicked him out, so it was nice to reaffirm my decision. The only downside was that the tool I used to check also sent an automatic email to him! But hey, now he knows that I know.” —codes4et
“A little thought came to my head to take a look at his email. Well, I found a flight confirmation from Southwest that had his name on one ticket and my daughter’s and his lady friend’s name on the other.
This fool tried to gaslight the shit out of me and had all these extravagant lies for everything that happened. He even cried about me not trusting him, saying that I was ruining our marriage. Because I was working through issues at the time, I considered believing him. He said had no idea who the woman was on the flight confirmation.
Here’s the twist — everyone in my group therapy was super close, and I was talking to this lady that I had made friends with about what happened. Another lady overheard (she worked on the same floor as my husband) and said, ‘Hey, I know her name! She works on the same floor as your husband!’ When I tell y’all the shit storm started… lol.” —jeanettegiraldo
“I knew she had had an affair with him shortly after she got to Berlin, but I thought it was over because she told me it was over. After she got back to Europe, we talked. Over the course of the next six months, she earned my trust again.
I was still in Vienna and thinking of moving to Berlin when I found out from another friend that she and Stefan were flying to NYC. This was a long time ago. I’m very happily married now. She and Stefan didn’t last.” —infinidean
“There was no denying it. Needless to say, we have been divorced now for over 20+ years. He is on his third marriage, and I’m happy as a clam that I’m not the one who has to wonder where he is at night anymore!” —Hope, Facebook
“I asked him if he would want an open relationship just to see what he would say. He then agreed that would benefit our relationship. I laughed and told him it was over and that I knew he had been lying.
I took our baby that we had recently had, packed my shit, and never looked back. The other woman got pregnant, and she knew he was married the entire time. Now, their child is in foster care, and she was hiding a baby from a previous relationship from him for TWO YEARS.” —avbabsy
“I was the only one working, supporting him, our new baby, and my mom so he could go to his mom’s to help. Moron still wouldn’t admit he cheated and still won’t 10 years later.” —katem4556b3c42
“Fast forward a couple of weeks after my trip and him being too nice, we hung out, we got breakfast, and he dropped me off at my apartment. As soon as I walked into my apartment, my stomach dropped. I had this gut feeling that hit me HARD.
I called him right away and as soon as he answered, I said, ‘Did you cheat on me?’ It went silent for what seemed like five minutes until he said, ‘How did you know?’ I just told him to come and get his shit. TRUST YOUR GUT!” —syd440
“I felt stalker-y looking at her Google account, but I had major suspicions and it proved me right! I moved out that weekend and never looked back.” —lemon8chubs
“After his birthday, he told me he was done with her. He could not understand why I wouldn’t take him back. Our divorce was finalized about a year later. He actually did me a favor. My life is better now than I ever knew it could be.” —christinwill11
“I didn’t say a word until the kids left for school. The divorce sucked, but I’m happily remarried and have been for over a year now to a wonderful and faithful man!” —kristalm4e1ffbc6d
“Mother effer, you don’t even play golf! Four months later, he came clean and came out. I was actually extremely relieved and happy for him. Eight years later, our kids are happy, and we’re both now married to wonderful men!” —Libby, Facebook
“Fast forward to the following year, I told him I wanted to focus on our marriage and wanted the open thing to end. He threatened me with divorce. So I said fuck it and kept seeing his friend, who made me very happy when we were together.
All three of us ended up moving states, and it turns out, my ex-husband had been sleeping with someone who was HIV positive without telling me. He also kept gaslighting me and completely tearing me down for anything I did.
I ended up demanding a divorce, and he told of his friends and family I cheated on him. He swiped 20 grand out of our joint bank account and left, then at the divorce hearing tried to get me back. Since then, I’ve been blissfully married to his now ex-best friend for two years, and we have two children. It’s been hard for us to come to terms with the way he treated us, but we’ve helped each other through it. I still don’t believe I cheated since he forced me into it.” —kittenaerobics
“There, on the chairlift above me, he and this ‘other person’ were laughing and pointing at me, fractured and stranded in the snow.
That day, I made it down the mountain on my own and never looked back. The thing I did manage to take back, however, was my power.” —calico016
“Later, I found out that the girl was a virgin and that he always wanted to be with a virgin.” —tayraemc93
“We’d done long-distance before. But as soon as I moved, he pulled away even further and only called when he needed to vent. When we’d see each other, he’d drink a ton. He spent my birthday dinner crying at this really awesome restaurant. When he’d get drunk, he’d say he was unhappy and wanted a divorce.
Then the next morning, he’d say he didn’t mean it, things had just been hard with both of us in residency, and he wanted to work on the relationship. I offered for us to take a break and see other people if that’s what he wants. But he said we’d make this work.
I called an Uber, called my mom, and flew home. I called him on NYE because that was an important day for us, but he told me he isn’t ready to talk. It’s been a year, and I’m still waiting on the divorce papers. Looking back, I see how toxic things were even before he cheated. I’m now terrified to be in a relationship ever again, but I’m happier.” —suzzz
“The next day, when he did come home, he acted as if nothing had happened. When I showed him the literal receipts, he denied it and lost it on me.
My mom was staying with us, and I had to make up a big excuse for him disappearing, plus the subsequent arguments and bad temper he had toward me after. Two weeks later was, he told me it was true and wasn’t the only time.” —peterl40100fbae
“I’m so glad he’s gone. He also stole a bunch of my money. I finally got my car back because he rear-ended someone. And since my car was reported stolen in the system, the cops called me. But I still had to pay $175 to get my own car out of impound.” —mimi777
“After he came home, I confronted him, He admitted to it, and I immediately left him. I ditched all those toxic people, too. He was my high school sweetheart, and we had been married for 13 years. We had built a big, beautiful house together and lived there for two years before he said he wasn’t happy and wanted to move to the apartment. They’re now building a house together in the same place he and I had built our house.
It’s all good though. After the divorce, I packed a bag and traveled the world, having never been out of the US until then. I’ve met a fellow traveler, and we’ve fallen in love and travel together now.” —Christa, Facebook
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