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... The ogling other women right in front of you and not being subtle or tactful about it at all, and then lying to you about it later is rude to be sure, but I'm more concerned about him talking badly about you to his children and then lying to you about it. Nothing is more crazymaking than seeing or hearing something for yourself and then confronting the person you witnessed... (5 replies)
... I, too, say the days of confronting are over. Let a process server confront him with divorce papers. ... (14 replies)
... and the emails were in the deleted folder. He also erased all texts. I only rarely read one because he keeps his phone in the car and locked with a code I don't know. I was able to read his bill online. That is how I know he frequently exchanges calls and texts with these women. ... (38 replies)

... Oh, for sure. Neither gender is above the other when it comes to making incredibly self destructive and ill advised partner choices. ... (66 replies)
... I have been married twice, both wives cheated on me. Without a doubt I accept my part in those failures but.. I very much took the vows to heart and treated them with like I wanted to be treated. ... (66 replies)
... Honestly, I see more manipulation on the women's side than I do the men's. Just the other day, I flipped on my computer and right there on a VERY popular home page is "advice" on how to make sure your man stays satisfied with you. ... (66 replies)
... d on treating me with disrespect. You can't always teach people how to treat you. Sometimes people will treat you the way they want to treat you, and you have no other choice but to kick them out of your life, because no matter what you do or how you conduct yourself, they will not change how they treat you. ... (66 replies)
... so to speak. If we treated them as they treat us they probably wouldn't hang around and if that is the case then good ridence. I like the phrase from Dr. Phil that says "you teach people how to treat you". ... (66 replies)
... Well, first of all, it may sound like a stereotype, but it really is true, or at least the stats bear it out, that men mature much slower than women. We are ready for love, marriage, kids, etc. much sooner than men. ... (66 replies)
... t allowed to date when I was in high school or do a lot of things that the other kids were allowed to do. ... (9 replies)
... Get the book Women That Love Too Much. ... (16 replies)
... No confrontations, I understand, but what did they have to say on the subject of closure and moving past it? ... (7 replies)
... Of course I know how wrong his behaviour is, that is one of the reasons why we are no longer together. He may have agreed to take her back, but I also wasn't going to let things go any further and he knew that. ... (15 replies)
... hanging at the mall escapades. Anyway after confronting him he told me everything including things I didn't find out about this affair. ... (8 replies)
... I just briefly read some of the posts here and I feel that a lot of what is being said can also be said about women not just men. ... (66 replies)
... I don't buy into stereotypes, myself, I just go by what I know. Naomi Judd said it, but I'm sure she wasn't the first one to say it, but she said treat everyone you meet well. You never know when you might be the only Bible someone will ever read. ... (66 replies)
... I could just as easily say the same thing about women. ... (66 replies)
... espect and insensitivity, like they're not even a real person. Anyway, my ex is a great husband to his wife, he's not a bad guy, he was just mean to me. This and other experiences in my life make me feel like, it's not a losing faith in men, but losing faith in love. ... (66 replies)
... c people are more intersted in it. Look at the news... how often to you hear about the uplifting stories? ... (66 replies)
... sn't into him, it just isn't a good fit, plus I feel he did treat me with, well, a bit of disrespect. Not nearly as bad as it could have been, judging by some of the stories I've seen on these boards, but just not what I want to be with. ... (66 replies)

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