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!