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OMG: My ex told me he cheated on me a few days ago. I met up with him because he said he had some important things to tell me and me being the nice person I am, went to meet him. He started dating another chick about 4 months after we started dating and they're still together (although he called me in April to tell me he wanted to get back together with me). He said he met up with me to tell me because he still wanted him and I to get back together and wanted to tell me the bad news first, because he had been feeling guilty about it. I told him him there's no way I would ever want to be in a r/ship with him again. Even though we're no longer together, it hurts a lot to find out something like this. I had hunches we were no longer connecting emotionally but I never suspected he was cheating at all. I had no idea there was someone else. He acted like the sweetest guy when we were together. I thought he was an angel, but he was the devil in disguise. I'm shattered to find out I wasn't good enough for him that he had to go after someone else. He texted me the next day and I responded with an angry text, called him the liar and cheater he was and some other things. The one person I thought I could trust was the one who ended up betraying me and I hate him for that.

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  1. Sometimes I am impressed with how easily people can cheat. I mean, all my friends know who I'm dating. My S/O is on my facebook relationship status. There's pictures of us...

    How do people get away with it?!

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  2. I'm really sorry to hear about that, OP. Even when things were going south with me and my ex a few months back, there was no way in hell that I was ever going to cheat on her. Just grow some balls and tell them you're done, you know?

    There will be someone else out there for you. And besides, what going around comes around. He'll get his, before you know it!

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  3. Wow... so this almost exactly happened to me... except I was in denial then we tried to make it work... and when I found out he was still cheating on me, I kicked his ass out and said good riddance. Trust me, it wasn't easy, it HURT like HELL, but it was for the best.

    Something has to be very broken in a person to cheat like that, and I only have so much patience and forgiveness to give.

    You are good enough and you are worthy to have the full love of someone. They are just too stupid, broken, and immature to realize what they had until its gone. Trust me. Cut off contact and move on. He's not worth anymore of your heart and mind.

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  4. Good for you for telling him to piss off. I know you're angry and that's perfectly fine, just don't let it consume you. You can use it as a good reminder of how lucky you are that he's no longer in your life. Remember, the best revenge is leading a happy life and not caring about what happens to him.

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  5. Everyone will cheat given the right circumstance. You just don't understand because that particular perfect window of opportunity has never been placed on your lap.

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    1. It's unattractive people who don't usually understand. It's human nature to want more.

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    2. ^ I would have agreed with you in a different time but tons of unattractive people get opportunities from what I've seen too...being drunk can really lower your standards.

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    3. @ 5. Yeah no I've had plenty of opportunities to cheat on past girlfriends and turned them down every single time. I wouldn't want them cheating on me, I won't do that to them.

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    4. I really meant the RIGHT opportunity. Not just any opportunity with your standards lowered while you are drunk...I mean a solid opportunity you can't refuse because it's that good.

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  6. stfu go cry elsewhere

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