Testotherapy: I cheated on my nagging wife

By Drum Digital
03 June 2016

I am 28, a father of three and married for five years. My wife earns more money than me. However, she always nags.

Question

I am 28, a father of three and married for five years. My wife earns more money than me. However, she always nags, telling me I’m lazy and don’t do enough for the family. I decided to cheat on her and now I feel terrible. I love my wife very much and she told me if I ever cheat on her she will leave me.

What should I do?

 Answer

You have definitely messed up. Cheating on your spouse just so you can feel better or to make her jealous is a very stupid move to make.

Does it really matter that she makes more money than you, or is it because you are a man you feel that your ego is dented? You should look on the bright side, that she is supporting the family.

If you are lazy and you are not doing your part, then get off your backside and change your situation. She is probably nagging you because you have lost your priorities.

She fell in love with a man who was driven, hard-working and had a plan for himself and his family, but now you have changed.

Cheating will not change or alleviate your situation, but it will bring heartache and sorrow and you may potentially ruin and lose your family. You don’t want that.

I understand that life throws up a few punches, but we have to take it and move on. Move on from your transgression and make sure it is the first and last to happen and go back to the man you were before.

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