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million tears
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Default  Posted: 12:49 PM, December 26th (Thursday)

We found some new friends who were really fun. Our 14 yo son is friends with their son and that is how we met.

This is after we lost the "friends" who tried to have a threesome with my WH. (see my story)

Yesterday we went to 7-11 to get some coffee and our son said "The guy who works at 7-11 had an affair with K's mother." (his friend's mother.) Is it everywhere?? I can't be friends with this lady. And why does her 14 yo son know so much about it and is telling his friends??


2 year LTA-double betrayal, D-day 1-26-2009 and many months of TT. 2 more recent d-days-way overstepped boundaries.

Married 27 years. Together 29.

3 children 24, 21, 14

OW sex addict and romance addict according to MC.


Posts: 1614 | Registered: Jun 2009
hardtimesinlife
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Member # 10468
Default  Posted: 1:45 PM, December 26th (Thursday)

O.M.G. Really? a 14yo knows this? Yuck! I'd not want my son over there - at all.

I know how you feel. I asked some new friends how they met and they said the wife was married to another man and lived next door to the OM turned new H. Nice!


Ddays 2004 & 2007
I cut my losses mid 2013
Feeling happier every day :)

Posts: 6064 | Registered: Apr 2006 | From: Florida
1owner
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Default  Posted: 2:44 PM, December 26th (Thursday)

With friends like these...

Sad that it does seem to be everywhere. Also sad that children find out. My 14 year old knows.

I have very few friends, and if someone I know is a cheater, I have always distanced myself from them. Didn't want to be associated with any part of that lifestyle. Now it is unfortunately a part of my life.

I have a closely related female family member who is married 10+ years. I recently heard that she was the OW in her husband's previous marriage. It is true. And it seems like everytime I see them together she treats him with such disrespect. Not a healthy marriage. I wonder if she finally asked herself how she could respect a cheater?

My 14 year old has a friend her age whose mother was supporting and encouraging my WW's A. This girl's mother is known far and wide as a serial adulterer. Her daughter and my daughter have been friends since pre-k, same age. The best I can do is to teach my daughter right from wrong and that she does not have to make the same poor decisions other people make. She is very intelligent and responsible, understands consequences and cause and effect better than her mother.

Since it does seem to be everywhere, and she was exposed to it, I'm trying to make sure she knows it is wrong, hopefully my efforts will have a positive effect in her future. Ounce of prevention, pound of cure, I hope!


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