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  • Should You Contact A Cheater's Spouse?

    1 posts, 1 voices, 4068 views, started May 17, 2011

    Posted on Tuesday, May 17, 2011 by Denise Richardson




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      Written by~Courtney Stovall
      via way of The Huffington Post  

      If you’ve found out that your so-called significant other actually wasn’t single, but in fact married, cheating, and you were the “other person,” we feel for you. When it comes to relationships, this is one of the more shocking things to find out and one of the more potentially emotionally destructive experiences around. You are hurt and left to answer unanswered questions, pick up the pieces, and all with a nice dose of heartbreak. It may not have meant anything to the cheater, but it meant something to you.

      So, what do you do now? You may want to get revenge on your married ex, especially when it would be so easy to pick up the phone or flip on the computer and oust him or her by contacting the unassuming spouse and giving them the details of what you now realize is their affair. As much as you want this person to be found out and punished for their behavior, it’s not the right move. It’s hard to swallow, but you are better off, safer and smarter for staying away and letting this remain someone else’s problem. It may be hard to realize this right away, but the real benefit to you is that it’s not your problem anymore - enjoy that.






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