Advice for Facebook Cheaters From a Cheated on Wife!

I have read many stories about FB and the many problems it has caused relationships. I am now separated from my husband with a baby and FB was part of the trouble. But FB is not entirely to blame. If anyone is willing to do ANYTHING that may hurt or cause the person they love worry then they shouldn’t do it…simple as that! The Information Age is responsible for most marital strife. It makes people too accessible. Marriages and relationships will always have ups and downs but it’s the people who understand that things do get a bit boring and can seem disconnected with our loves. People think if they start to look up that girl they obsessed over in HS or how about that pretty girl I worked with 10 years ago? Or how about that guy I crushed on in college…so stupid!!! I personally feel it is pretty pathetic to reach back into HS to try to hit on a girl you crushed on…I can tell you that I was the recipient of a message from a guy who told me how pretty I was in HS and would I like to meet for coffee…REALLY …gimme a break. Ummmm…nooo. He creeped me out. But my husband sent many messages to woman saying how pretty they used to be and how great they look…men are so dumb that they don’t know how woman interpret that?? Anyway, it’s love someone don’t lie….don’t deceive…if it’s something you can’t do with them staring over you then don’t do it! Whoever they are ..chances are they are not worth hurting a wife..husband or child over. They shouldn’t be worth it. If anyone is worth destroying your child’s family over then they must be pretty special.
My advice…once you start lying you will never be the same again and neither will they. If your married have a family page..if a woman or man wants to send something that may be inappropriate ….they won’t! Problem solved. And then you are standing happy with a united front:)

His Eyes, His Kiss, His Touch…. His Facebook Cheating.

I’ve been in a relationship for over 2 years. About a year ago my boyfriend accidentally left his Facebook open on my phone. Trusting him blindly, I even told myself right before I checked his inbox “I’m sure I will not find anything inappropriate here”. Little did I know, I was about to feel the biggest heart ache I ever experienced in my entire life. There was this conversation with a certain girl in which he was being overly flirtatious, complimenting her and what not. I was devastated, I told him about what I read and he said he was terribly sorry and that he didn’t want to lose me. I gave him a second chance, even if that means risking my heart to be broken again. Last month I started having flashbacks from those conversations, I felt the need to test him and see if he had been faithful since last year’s incident. I asked him to give me his Facebook password, he agreed. I was scrolling down his inbox and was relieved I did not find any inappropriate conversation with any girl recently. However I kept scrolling down and I found the same conversations from a year ago. Turns out not only was he being romantically involved with one girl, but was also having sexual conversations with another girl, who he claimed to be his “bff”. It was like opening a healing wound. I knew this happened, I just didn’t know the details. But I needed to make sure he was being faithful, and also that the sex talking didn’t evolve into a physical encounter. I didn’t get to read all the way through cause there were thousands of messages with this person, and as soon as he realized I was reading that, and that he forgot to delete the conversation back then, he instantly deleted it and I could not keep reading. My concern was that they actually had physical contact, but she lives in another country, and I honestly never read anything written in present or past tense. It was always about what they would like to do to each other.  For a period of time I felt disgusted by his touch, knowing that the hands he touched me with were the same hands that wrote such nasty messages to another girl. Don’t ask me how, but I ended up forgiving him and we’re still together. I will never trust him again like I used to, and I know the risk I’m taking by giving another shot to this relationship, but I am also deeply in love with him and I believe he loves me too. I can see it in his eyes, taste it in his kiss, and feel it in his touch. He can simply not be faking these feelings. However, I will never forget that feeling, of knowing he ever cheated on me in such an awful way.

What Happens in Facebook Doesn’t Always Stay in Facebook.

I dated my ex-husband for 2 years. We were happy, I was happy, I thought he was happy. We married on September 6 2013. It was a nice wedding, but he never told me I looked nice, he was distant after we were married. He started to be controlling and manipulative, he would always want to know where I was, who I was with, what time I would be home. He changed 100% right after the wedding. He was always on his phone, his computer, his iPad, up in his office doing work late at night. He would go out to a bar that his friend owned at least 4 times a week. He wasn’t interested in me, his wife, therefore I became disinterested in him. On Dec. 26, the day after Christmas I opened his iPad and to my surprise he had several conversations with several women on Facebook messenger. Very graphic messages. I still have them all. Ten days after we moved in together, engaged and all, he was on a business trip and was chatting with some girl he went to school with telling her that he wished she was with him because there is a jacuzzi right next to the bed, he told another girl he wanted to meet her for dinner, but that is if they make it out of the room this time. I did more digging and found that he was sleeping with another girl, after we were married. I left him, I am divorcing him although he is holding all of my personal items hostage and I am taking him to court over this. He is a scum bag, he has profiles on adult websites, he is a cheater and a liar. I never even heard of some of these sites until I found his account. Thank you Facebook for uncovering the scum that I married, I can move on, eventually, but not without a light of fight in me.
Watch out for scum bags.  If your man is on Facebook too often, he is cheating. There is a way to break into someone’s Facebook account, just saying. I didn’t do that, but If I knew you could a long time ago, I have to say that I would have. I probably would have found out sooner and I would have never waisted time and money marrying someone who never really wanted to be married. Thank God I didn’t get pregnant!

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