Filed Under WTF: I Love My Husband, But I Want to Cheat

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I’ve been pretty vocal on this blog about my marital issue. I say issue because honestly, it only is one, which is pretty good considering. We don’t really fight about money (kinda hard to fight about money when there is none), and we don’t let family conflict make a huge impact in our marriage.

So when I read this article, my only thought was WTF?

bullshit

For those to lazy to click on the link, a blogger posted that she loves her husband but she wants to cheat on him.

wordI know that had to be your reaction because it surely was mine.

Listen, sometimes M. drives me nuts. And I’m pretty sure I drive him nuts. We’re not perfect but we’re perfect for each other and at the end of the day, that’s all that matters. But am I going to consider cheating on him? Hell, no!

I don’t put myself in a position for that to occur. M. knows all of my male friends. He knows what I do online when he’s not at home and he knows who I talk to. I know all of his female friends. We don’t keep secrets like that from each other. Notice how I said, like that. I’m sure there are some things I don’t know and I know there are some things he doesn’t know. Do I need to know everything about my husband? Probably not and I’m sure he can say the same about me.

What in the hell is wrong with some people? Marriage is hard. It’s very hard work. It takes loyalty, love, and commitment. You have to be willing to accept the changes your partner is going through and love them no matter what. Not a lot of people can go through marriage and what it takes. I’ve been married almost five years and between having two miscarriages, burying our first son, going through a difficult (mentally) rainbow pregnancy, it’s been tough. But M. is the only one I want to be with.

 

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2 thoughts on “Filed Under WTF: I Love My Husband, But I Want to Cheat

  1. Cheating, going astray, having an affair or whatever they like to label it…we make it seem cool to commit. People have no true sense of committing to someone else, so they reach for someone else when things are not going their way, or they walk away without any effort of fixing what can be fixed. It’s a tragedy indeed

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