Woman ‘doesn’t care’ about her husband having an affair

Couple. (PHOTO: Getty/Gallo Images)
Couple. (PHOTO: Getty/Gallo Images)

A woman has found solid proof of her husband’s infidelity but claims she doesn’t care.

The anonymous wife admitted she had a gut feeling it was happening but says she doesn’t care because she’s only interested in “pleasing him”.

A post on Reddit, where the woman shared her story, shows her asking fellow users whether she was “crazy” to think in this way.

She explained that she was entirely devoted to her husband.

“I think I’ve realised already that I’ve become someone that just exists for him,” she wrote.

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“I live just to be his wife and the mother of his kids. I spend hours cooking every day and I clean ritually.”

Most people in her situation would be consumed with anger and hurt, but the woman reveals she “waits on him hand and foot” and is ready to “forget” about his cheating, reports the Mirror.

“Pleasing him and our kids is the only thing that fills my emotional cup. I just didn’t think I was so far gone as an individual that I’m ready to just forget about him literally sleeping with and spending money on other women,” she said.

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She says even though she suspected her husband of cheating but it was curiosity that led her searching for proof.

“I thought it would hurt to see it right before my eyes but nope I feel fine and I don’t get it,” she wrote.

According to The Sun, the woman’s admissions have sparked strong reactions from fellow users, with many encouraging her to seek help.

“See a therapist. You’re not insane, but you sound like you have been abused in your past at some point. You need to find where and fix it,” one wrote.

A second added: “Please talk to a therapist or a close family member you can confide in and say this stuff out loud.”

“You really need to speak to either a therapist or someone you can trust because this isn’t healthy situation for you to be in,” a third advised.

Source: Reddit, Mirror, The Sun


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