Husband has a mistress
May 3, 2017 1:28am CST
My husband was in the hospital for a few days, and yesterday when my oldest son and I went to visit, a young woman was also visiting my husband. She is younger than me, vivacious, and flirting with him. She hung on his every word!. She is well endowed if you get what I mean, well more than me, and was wide eyed when he started to tell her about history. He ignored me the whole time. And now the kicker, when my son and I left because we were so disgusted, SHE STAYED! He called me later and said that he didn't touch her, but that is not the point. As far as I am concerned he doesn't really care about me and wants HER! She speaks French, his native language. What do you think I can do? I have her phone number. Should I tell her to stay away from him, or tell her to take him?
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This is a difficult situation to be in. You should be level-headed once you decide to take any action. There is a quote you may find useful, "Let the first impulse pass, wait for the second.". I hope things eventually work out for you and your family.
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This is the second time that I know about him spending time with her. The first time she "needed" a ride home outside the city and he took her at 10:00pm at night. He was supposed to come and pick me up instead. He took her home and didn't come home until 2:00am! So, that was REALLY suspicious. I feel that his luck is up!
What are Laws in that country about Cheating Husbands? You should file a complaint against him. Maybe you can leave him and let her have him. You DESERVE better! My sister in law is suffering the same problem as you are now. I was angry and hated him for that, I guess he know that we were aware that he didn't talk to us anymore. He became a total stranger to us here.
• United States
I'd leave his butt too quickly to talk about. My dad has cheated on his wives (yes, plural, his pattern was to divorce the woman he was married to, marry the woman he was running around with, then find another to run around with while married to the new one [and that continues, and he's over 80 ]), which probably explains why I've had no interest in getting married. But, that's me. I'd tell her that she's welcome to him, and good luck with it.
• Jacksonville, Florida
Wow! I cannot even imagine how much that must have hurt you. Trust is no longer a factor since I am sure with this incident there is no more trust. Without trust you have nothing in a relationship so I would say it's done unless you can both repair the trust that was lost. If not, then you should leave.
My goodness, it is a tough situation. Have your patience and try to find out what is truth. Don't take any decisions on emotions, be allow yourself to cool and understand the truth. I know it is difficult to digest, As a wife I can understand your feelings well. It is easy to advise but won't tolerate when we fall on there ourselves.