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!

4 Responses to “What Happens in Facebook Doesn’t Always Stay in Facebook.”

  1. henry chinaski May 14, 2014 at 5:22 am #

    you will attract what you are.

  2. stan June 24, 2014 at 10:19 pm #

    Hi im going through something similar to what you experienced my fiance is always on fb and have accepted friendship of giys whom cause problems in the beginning with us. If you receive this please give me some kind of clue on how to hack someone page or account. Im lliterally desperate. Thanks.

  3. Georgianna July 16, 2014 at 8:15 pm #

    Write more, thats all I have to say. Literally, it seems as
    though you relied on the video to make your point. You definitely
    know what youre talking about, why throw away your intelligence on just posting videos to your site when you could be giving
    us something enlightening to read?

  4. Stream August 14, 2014 at 12:02 pm #

    Facebook saves and archives too many data from us

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