This is not a question, more of a post that I would like to put out there for any people that are cheating or contemplating cheating. Here is what your significant other could experience:
1. Intense jealousy and fights
2. Major depression
3. Anxiety attacks
5. Medication (zoloft - still on it / xanax sometimes)
6. Loss of income due to missed work
7. Alienation from friends
8. Couples therapy ($$$)
9. Mediator ($$$)
10. Attorneys ($$$$)
11. Loss of time with my daughter (every other week now)
13. Child support
14. Second mortgage (to pay off her side of the house)
Hi j, did you just find out that she was cheating? I know you had suspected it but wasn't sure. I'm sorry and yes you are correct, I'm a victim of an affair and it was a very difficult recovery, still now 2 years later I feel the effects.
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