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I cheated on my fiancé

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Hawk    2,378

end it....you screwed up big time for whatever reason....booze...uncertainty etc....if you can't commit to her during engagement, you surely won't be able to commit to her for life!

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Darth Biscuit    12,579

You have a fiance' and put yourself into a position of compromising her trust and blaming it on booze?

Until you feel you can be truthful with a bunch of random people on a forum on the internet...I wish I could speak directly to your fiance' to tell her to leave.

I don't know what you read, but I'm pretty sure that's not what he did. He admitted to the situation and said he was drunk... not really blaming it on booze imo.

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Kettle    765

I cheated on my wife when we were back in college. We were just casually dating at the time. I broke up with her within hours. We got back together a little down the road. There's no advice here.

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lymelizzard    18

Don't know why, I was drunk so was the girl (a mutual friend). She told my fiancé Saturday night.

Now I'm not trying to make anyone feel sorry for me but I feel like the biggest POS ever. She has been practically perfect, she deserves someone so much better than me.

She wants to work it out but I don't. Every time we talk I feel so stupid, a complete asshole. I can't forgive myself and truly do not want to stay together. I forsee a lifetime of guilt, resentment, an distrust. I don't know how to articulate it without being even more of an asshole, like there's really any way to not be one.

So huddle if you've cheated or been cheated on what should I do?

First go get STD test..............go from there

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cookinbrak    2,287

I don't know what you read, but I'm pretty sure that's not what he did. He admitted to the situation and said he was drunk... not really blaming it on booze imo.

His fiance' knows that he wasn't going to tell. The other girl told her. He never admitted anything, he got caught.

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Cyberjag    2,099

Seems pretty simple to me. Your fiance isn't the right woman for you. If she was, there's no way you would have even considered putting yourself in that position, much less gone through with it. I've been married twice, and there's an amazing difference between being with the right person and just being with someone who can be your spouse. When you're with the right person, you just don't seem to get stupid nearly as often, if at all. There's just something about being completely satisfied and happy that acts as a shield against behavior that can really damage your relationship.

Sucks to be you, but at least this didn't happen after a few years of marriage and a kid or two.

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Darth Biscuit    12,579

His fiance' knows that he wasn't going to tell. The other girl told her. He never admitted anything, he got caught.

Yeah, I didn't see that part of his post when I first commented... that the other girl told, but at the same time... coming clean wouldn't have necessarily helped the situation... idk, tricky stuff.

I'm surprised that he says she wants to work it out... having said that, I still think he should try.

If he isn't ready to get married, he should tell her that... just be honest from this point on.

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Inimicus    2,560

Just end it.

Like Cyberjag said, when you're with the right person poo like this doesn't happen. Marriage, kids, joint property only make it worse when you realize 5 years down the road that your dick was trying to clue you in.

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