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PaxTecum posted 6/19/2013 17:39 PM

WW started coming home late from work. She's usually home by 6-8pm but had not returned home by 11:30. I called/texted her cell - no answer. I called work - they she left. When she came home, she said I never cared before and that she'd gone shopping. WW says I'm a control freak for calling her work - I say no, it's common courtesy to call and say you're going to be late - she said I never did that when I came home late (years ago) - Now I do want to know where she's at all the time? Is that controlling or normal given that she's cheated?

libertyrocks posted 6/19/2013 17:48 PM

Whoa. Whoa. Wait a minute. Not at all. If she cheated, she should be "ASKING" YOU for permission if she could go out shopping.

You need complete accountability and complete transparency if you're trying to R.

Sorry dude, that's not right. Not by a long shot. Don't let her manipulate you. Stand your ground. Explain why you need to know- BECAUSE YOU WILL THINK SHE"S WITH AP, that's why. Tell her straight out, Don't hide you feelings, it will make you feel worse. Hold her accountable.

I did the same, I continued to let my FWH work at the bar where he met many OW. Every time he went to work, I'd die inside. OR, if I didn't know where he was. Don't let that happen to you. It will kill you a little bit more each time.

GeorgiaMom posted 6/19/2013 17:49 PM

I think it is definitely fine that you were worried and called. She's being passive aggressive. Anyone would be worried with a change in behavior like that - I would think. That's not controlling, it's logical.


crazyblindsided posted 6/19/2013 17:50 PM

she should be "ASKING" YOU for permission if she could go out shopping.

Yep ^this

It is a consequence of her A. If she doesn't like it. Tell her too damn bad, you wouldn't feel this way had she not cheated.

Jrazz posted 6/19/2013 17:54 PM

Also, stores are closed well before 11:30pm. This is from a Northern Californian who knows the finer points of shopping before dropping.

I call bullshit. She's just mad at you because she is being called out on screwing around.

Sorry Pax.

MystiKay posted 6/19/2013 18:21 PM

Yes you never cared years ago...BEFORE you found out she was cheating. Now is different.

You NEED to be able to get ahold of her. And why is it a big deal? If she isn't doing anything wrong, she should have no problem with you checking up on her, after all....she was JUST shopping? Did she had shopping bags with her? What did she buy? What stores did she go to?

Sorry. I too call bull shit.

brokensunflower posted 6/19/2013 18:39 PM

your in the right shes in the wrong

NoMorDeceit posted 6/19/2013 18:52 PM

Remorseful spouses do not mind when you check up on them. Remorseful spouses try to not do things that cause triggers or look bad and when/if they fuck up they feel awful, apologize and work to make sure it does not happen again. Remoureseful spouses in R do not go out after work until 11:30 PM without calling to notify/ask and they sure as hell answer all calls and texts from the BS. Unless she was in the ER sedated or unconcious...there is no excuse for what she did.

The second a former WS starts with the "control freak", caged" "trapped", "babysat" or "leashed" or any other of that type of verbiage that translates to "I don't want you to know what I am doing because I am up to no good or want to be".

That should not be acceptable in R.

letitout posted 6/19/2013 20:46 PM

Affair or no affair. It's common curtsy to call when late. I agree to the other post, what store stay's open till 11:30?

stillhere09 posted 6/19/2013 22:18 PM

I have to agree with the rest of the posters. It is perfectly reasonable that you called her work. Any concerned, caring spouse would do so.

Did she come home with a lot of packages?

11:30 pm is unreasonable when she usually gets home at 6 or 8. And 6 OR 8 is a lot of leeway time.

The fact that she didn't answer your calls or texts tells you she was up to no good. I'm sorry.

Show me a person who pulls the "You're a control freak" card falsely, and I'll show you a person who has no self-control.

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