Will You Confront Your Husband's Mistress?

@salonga (27998)
Philippines
January 18, 2017 3:51am CST
"The wife discovered the infidelity of her hubby, she rushed out to confront the mistress. The mistress was also in fighting mood, the wife slapped her, she retaliated, the wife pulled her hair, they fought in front of many people, till the husband and some friends came to pull them apart." That was just a scene from TV drama series but very true to life. And I believe that hell hath no fury over a faithful wife cheated by husband. Have you been cheated by your spouse and how did you react? I pray many if not all here, have faithful spouses.
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22 responses
@SIMPLYD (78113)
• Philippines
18 Jan 17
From what teleserye is that ? Tubig at Langis ? I love watching teleseryes with like that . However , I hate it when the mistress is winning in the fight.
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@salonga (27998)
• Philippines
18 Jan 17
Hahaha same here, of course i want the legal wife to win always! It it from Ika-6 na utos starring Sunshine Dizon it is at GMA 7.
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@thelme55 (13966)
• Germany
18 Jan 17
I don't like this kind of TV series. It just boiled my blood.
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@SIMPLYD (78113)
• Philippines
19 Jan 17
@salonga Oh you are a Kapuso . he he he
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@LadyDuck (147094)
• Switzerland
18 Jan 17
NO, I would not confront his mistress, I would confront HIM. He is the cheater, I would not care about the other... unless she insists.
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@salonga (27998)
• Philippines
18 Jan 17
That is the best to do. The husband is the one accountable to you.
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@LadyDuck (147094)
• Switzerland
19 Jan 17
@salonga This is what I think, the mistress can also be "cheated" by some men who do not even confess that they are married.
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@salonga (27998)
• Philippines
20 Jan 17
@LadyDuck In most cases, that is true.
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@shaynas (5535)
• India
18 Jan 17
I never been and i am sure i never will. I have a very faithful husband :)
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@salonga (27998)
• Philippines
18 Jan 17
That is so wonderful to hear. I am so happy for you.
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@shaynas (5535)
• India
18 Jan 17
@salonga Thank you so much :)
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@toniganzon (48524)
• Philippines
18 Jan 17
I would never stoop down to the mistress' level. I would most likely confront the husband and tell him to pack his bags and leave.
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@salonga (27998)
• Philippines
18 Jan 17
Hahaha poor husband! That's what he deserved anyway.
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@toniganzon (48524)
• Philippines
18 Jan 17
@salonga Absolutely.
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@Tampa_girl7 (24896)
• United States
18 Jan 17
If this were to happen to me I believe that my hurt and anger would be aimed at my husband.
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@salonga (27998)
• Philippines
18 Jan 17
Yes indeed, the husband is the one who cheated you first and foremost.
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@ridingbet (46857)
• Philippines
24 Jan 17
hmm. if it is my case, i will confront the man, but i will not lay my hand on the woman. i am way more level-headed than her, and i won't stoop down to her level
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@salonga (27998)
• Philippines
24 Jan 17
I know for sure that you are educated enough to not do that.
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@ridingbet (46857)
• Philippines
24 Jan 17
@salonga true. i had that experience before. i saw another lady holding the hand of my love, and when i asked why they were holding hands, my ex said the lady was just checking on his temperature. me? a nurse? 'niloloko nyo lang ako,ano?', i told them, until i knew later on that they were also together. i dropped him off like a hot potato, and i did not talk to them again.
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@salonga (27998)
• Philippines
26 Jan 17
@ridingbet Oh! Your husband is not worth keeping. I admire your toughness.
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@KnehKnah (3475)
• Philippines
19 Jan 17
My dearly beloved is a faithful husband. But I have lady friends whose husbands are not. I know their pain. In case mine cheats on me, will I confront his mistress? No. I know this is easier said than done. But I'd been thinking about this & all the "what ifs". I will maintain my respect for him.
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@salonga (27998)
• Philippines
20 Jan 17
Your are a respectable woman and you deserve to have a faithful husband,
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@KnehKnah (3475)
• Philippines
21 Jan 17
Thank you, my dear @salonga . I don't know if I sound weird, but I just keep in mind the vow I recited with him when we got married in our Church. That, I intend to do & cherish until the end of my life.
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@salonga (27998)
• Philippines
23 Jan 17
@KnehKnah No you don't sound weird at all, it is just that you have the grace of self-control.
@DianneN (74184)
• United States
18 Jan 17
I'm one of the lucky ones who has a faithful and loving husband.
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@salonga (27998)
• Philippines
20 Jan 17
Indeed you are lucky. Faithful husbands are hard to find these days.
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@DianneN (74184)
• United States
20 Jan 17
@salonga I hope you are happy in your marriage, too!
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@salonga (27998)
• Philippines
23 Jan 17
@Dianne Yes dear, I have a happy and blissful marriage with my first and last boyfriend for 32 years now.
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• Philippines
28 Jan 17
I'm not in their situation but I do feel their pain the way my sister in law feels in pain because my stupid sibling went for the mistress instead of his wife. If only she had more money should could have walked away from him for good. I only wished divorced is legal in this country.
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@salonga (27998)
• Philippines
29 Jan 17
Oh my God, indeed I understand why you call your sibling stupid.
@bluesa (13430)
• Johannesburg, South Africa
27 Jan 17
@salonga if I had been married, I would confront my husband, it would be his fault for getting involved with another woman. Luckily I am not married :)
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@salonga (27998)
• Philippines
30 Jan 17
Confronting the husband is the best to do because he is the one most accountable. I hope you find a faithful partner in God's time.
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@epiffanie (9748)
• Australia
23 Jan 17
I haven't experienced being cheated on, if that happens to me, I will confront him alone and not worry about the other woman. I will let go of my husband and will be on my own.. There is no way that I will be dragged so low..
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@salonga (27998)
• Philippines
24 Jan 17
If your husband cheats you, it is his big loss and he certainly knew that.
@just4him (109858)
• Green Bay, Wisconsin
21 Jan 17
I've seen some of that drama on TV and I just pass it on by. I was never cheated on.
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@salonga (27998)
• Philippines
23 Jan 17
I am happy to know you did not go through such marital problem.
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@just4him (109858)
• Green Bay, Wisconsin
23 Jan 17
@salonga I was divorced, but it wasn't because he was cheating.
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@salonga (27998)
• Philippines
26 Jan 17
@just4him Yes I knew you were divorced from our previous interaction.
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@thelme55 (13966)
• Germany
18 Jan 17
I am very lucky with my hubby. My hubby used to say that he will end up living under the bridge if he would do that stupid cheating I would not confront the woman but him if it does happen. God forbid!
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@salonga (27998)
• Philippines
20 Jan 17
How wonderful to hear that from a man. You are lucky to have him.
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@thelme55 (13966)
• Germany
20 Jan 17
@salonga yes, I am very lucky to have him.
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@jstory07 (65315)
• Roseburg, Oregon
1 Feb 17
I would never cheat on my husband and he would never cheat on me.
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@salonga (27998)
• Philippines
1 Feb 17
How wonderful to hear that!
@LeaPea2417 (19068)
• Toccoa, Georgia
30 Jan 17
I would confront the mistress.
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@salonga (27998)
• Philippines
30 Jan 17
I can't blame you! Many did the same.
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@PainsOnSlate (20081)
• Canada
29 Jan 17
It never happened to me so I don't know what I would do. Except maybe empty his bank account that has my name on it too and take a long vacation.
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@salonga (27998)
• Philippines
30 Jan 17
Hahaha that was so smart of you!
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@acelawrites (10933)
• Philippines
29 Jan 17
We are married for 24 years now, and I know he had been so loyal though there were years that we're apart because of our jobs. I would not confront the mistress if I am in such a situation; it is my husband whom I will confront (in front of the mistress).
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@salonga (27998)
• Philippines
29 Jan 17
I'm happy to hear you have no infidelity problem in your marriage. Keep up.
@BelleStarr (36948)
• Portland, Connecticut
20 Jan 17
No cheating here and I would have just walked out with a broken heart.
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@salonga (27998)
• Philippines
20 Jan 17
You are admirable!
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@sol_cee (14334)
• Saint Vincent And The Grenadines
18 Jan 17
I'd cry.
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@salonga (27998)
• Philippines
18 Jan 17
I also would. It is one of the most painful things that could happen to a wife.
• Philippines
3 Mar 17
I never marry. Lol! I saw those things in real life. And shame to the mistress anyway they will fully pay what they did together with the husband. Anyway I don't mind them God will surely revenge for those who was mistreated and deceived.