World of Warcraft

My wife and I have been married for 3 years now. We have had our fair share of rough patches just like every marriage.

My wife and I had played World of Warcraft for fun, made some friends and had a good time. She met this one person online through the game, and we had all become friends. My wife began to talk to him more, and I had asked her if there was anything going on between them, and she stated they are only friends. I took her word for it.

On June 23rd, she had said that she wanted to separate because she was unhappy, for a very long time. I had agreed that maybe a small separation would be good for us both, to allow us to relax and cool down a bit. I had nowhere to go, so she had allowed me to stay in our house. Every night after I came home from work, she had locked me out of the room with our son, and would become irritated every time I knocked on the door, and would take her a few minutes to open the door. I had suspected she was up to no good, but I wasn’t totally sure.

I had heard some sounds as if she were talking to someone, and I confronted her saying that I believed that something was going on between her and this guy she was friends with on the game. She looked at me in the eye, said nothing was going on and left it at that. My wife apologized many times for locking me out of the room, but never stopped. I explained to her that locking me out will not solve the problems of our marriage, she did not care otherwise.

One day we were cleaning the bathroom, and she had left her phone in there with music playing. I told her I will get her phone for her, and turn off the music. I had seen that this guy had sent her a text saying how much he is thinking of her and misses her. I confronted her about the text, told her she needed to end this, and she showed me the text saying to not talk to her like that being that she’s a married woman. A week later I had logged into our cell phone account, and had seen the call history. She would call before/after my breaks and lunches at work, call while I worked and texted her. She even called him while she locked me out. While logged in, I had seen that they were sending picture mail to one another, which the cell phone provider keeps a log of for 30 days. I had taken screenshots to prove that she was doing this. Luckily they were not lude, nonetheless though, it shouldn’t have been done.

She had stated that she would discontinue talking to this guy, however that did not matter. She had bought a plane ticket and hotel to Washington D.C. and stated she wanted to “sight see.” I knew she was going for him, but I did not have proof of it, only a feeling. I drove her to the airport, came home, logged into one of her multiple Facebook accounts and had seen everything that was posted up on Facebook about them meeting up in D.C. I was devastated to see that my accusations were confirmed. She had blocked me from Facebook so that I could not see what was being said. She publicly humiliated me infront of our friends and family.

I picked her up from the airport, and I confronted her that night, and she treated it as if it wasn’t a big deal, that this guy was making her happy. I was kicked out of the house that night because she still wanted a separation. I am torn between divorcing her, or trying to work it out on behalf of our son. I don’t want to tear apart our family, but I know it will take a long time to repair the damage that has been done. I have stated what needs to be done, and she has not budged.


  • Evan Taylor

    September 5, 2011


    I’m so very sorry to hear about your situation. You said the reason for staying is because of your son; consider how he’s effected by being raised in the middle of all of this. Also, if she’s truely happy with another, and you love you you need to let her go. Not a seperation, a divorce; contact an attourney immediately, and provide him with the proof of the affair. He or she may need you to gather more evidence.

    Belive me, there are plenty of women out there that just love a single Dad, single moms for example.

    Good luck, stay strong, and remember that she’s the one in the wrong, not you.

  • marie

    September 8, 2011


    I’m so sorry for you. I know how you feel. I am in a very similar situation with my husband. We r still 2gether but everyday is hard. Good luck.

  • Debb

    October 9, 2011


    It looks like she has already made her choice and you say she kicked you out of the house. The best you can do is let her go and as Evan Taylor said, contact an attorney.

  • real real talk.

    October 18, 2011


    dude. i don’t mean to sound harsh. but fuck that BITCH! move on with your life. fight for custody of your son. she doesn’t give a shit about you. look at her actions!!!!

  • Henry

    October 20, 2011


    She cheated and destroyed the family. How is it that she kicked you out? It should be the other way around. You need to fight for your son today! Get back in the house immediately, or else it will be considered abandonment by the courts.

  • Will

    January 7, 2012


    Hi! My name is Will. I’m a producer with a nationally syndicated talkshow. We are doing a show about the perils of social media and Facebook in particular, next week. We are looking for people who have a story to tell about their experiences with Facebook and possibly have some unfinished business they would like to deal with on the show. We are taping our program on Wednesday, January 11th in NYC. Please feel free to contact me at 212.419.7413. We do provide airfare, hotel, and a small per diem. I look forward to hearing from you.

    Will Richards

  • Jeffro37

    April 24, 2012


    Get back custody of your house and your son and kick that biatch to the nearest curb.

  • hannah

    April 25, 2012


    FUCK YEAH!!! Kick the cunt out, she obviously doesnt know a good man when she has one!!

  • hannah

    April 25, 2012


    btw that will, is so for jeremy kyle USA!!!

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