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Sunday Confessional: She'll Ditch Husband After Kids Grow Up

Sunday Confessional: She'll Ditch Husband After Kids Grow Up


We're scouring the juicy (but anonymous!) secrets posted on Truu Confessions and letting you weigh in. This week, a confessor admits that she is planning on leaving her husband for another man.

"Dear Boyfriend, I'm falling in love with you. I hope you know that. Just another decade or so until our kids are old enough that we can leave our spouses."

Do you think this is a big deal?

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dikke-kus dikke-kus 7 years
In just another decade? Maybe unless you get hit by a car.
vmruby vmruby 7 years
Wow what a great plan .......:oy: You are going to end up being dumped by both guys long before the ten years are up which is exactly what your selfish azz deserves.....
mkls6044 mkls6044 7 years
Even if they do "stay married until the kids are old enough to leave our spouses," there will still be horrible ramifications for the children! Not only do they have to go through a divorce, which is never easy, but they will have watched their parents bad marriage for 10 years and THEN the divorce. Great idea. Sometimes its too bad these "confessions" are anonymous!!
care0531 care0531 7 years
So much can happen in 10 years. If you are not invested in your marriage it is not fair to anyone involved to let it drag on for 10 years. RIDICULOUS!
tlsgirl tlsgirl 7 years
*sshole.
TidalWave TidalWave 7 years
Obviously she's not going to stay true to her boyfriend for 10 years.......
gigilgirl gigilgirl 7 years
You have infidelity issues. >:)
sweetmargot26 sweetmargot26 7 years
So they are staying with their spouses because their children are not grown adults yet. But what are you teaching your children about staying true to yourself by lying to your husband/wife and being unfaithful for 10 years. This may work in the movies, but real life is a lot more complicated.
Ac2366 Ac2366 7 years
I doubt her marraige or her affair will survive 10 years. I don't know how miserable her marraige is or if she is married to a terrible man. You never know what someone's private life holds. She should physically leave the marraige since she has already checked out emotionally. I don't believe in staying together for the kids.
medenginer medenginer 7 years
I'm sure your children would rather see you both divorced and happy then miserable together. I recommend counseling to try to find solutions to your problems. I also think you should either make your marriage work or move on. A decade of limbo isn't fair to anybody involved. There's always the chance your husband might be cheating on you and you have no idea.
MissSushi MissSushi 7 years
She says, I'm falling in love with you... that doesn't even mean its a solid thing, and I think its just an excuse to be honest. She's already checked out of her relationship and is off doing whatever she wants. I really hope she comes clean, though incredibly unlikely, or that her husband finds out and can leave her. Planning on leaving a bad relationship as soon as you are financially able is WAY different then using someone for 10 years and lying to EVERYONE in your life. Every single person in your life is going to realize that you've been lying to them, cheating on him, and haven't been in a commited honest relationship for the last 10 years. Hopefully he finds out not only that shes cheating on him, but the complete lack of respect she has for him and their marriage and how flippant she's doing it. Enough so he doesnt go back.
juicebox07 juicebox07 7 years
I would also like to add that I find it funny she thinks she's still going to be with her husband for 10 more years. He could always leave her first.
snow-flake snow-flake 7 years
Wow...this is just horrible! I feel especially bad for the husband, whom she'll be leading on for 10 YEARS! I can't imagine this is terribly good for the children either; it will no doubt be just as upsetting 10 years down the road. Apparently she is doing this for the children's sake, but just seems selfish to me.
juicebox07 juicebox07 7 years
My boyfriends parents almost split up a couple years ago when he was around 19. I saw how devastated he was about it, although his parents ended up working it out. Those kids are going to be upset no matter what age they are. This woman has something very wrong with her.
chloe-bella chloe-bella 7 years
From the experience of some of my friends growing up, it seems like people who "stay married for the kids" aren't really ever fooling anyone. Kids in general are more perceptive than adults think. I had friends growing up who spent YEARS waiting for their parents to announce their divorce, because it's obvious when two people are no longer in love and/or when one person has already checked out. She's just prolonging the agony for her kids.
GlowingMoon GlowingMoon 7 years
Truthfully, I'm indifferent about this. Basically, she's staying married until the kids are raised. I think she deserves SOME credit, as some parents abandon their marriage (and sometimes the children) when the children are young. I think that's even more reprehensible. There are many people who are stay married "for the kids." She's doing the same thing. The only difference is that she has a 10-year exit strategy. Also, it seems that raising the children is the only bond between her and her husband. It's just the sad truth. To clarify, I do NOT support her behavior. She is no Wife of The Year. However, with that said, I don't know what her marriage is like. I think I see both sides, and so I'm on the fence on this one.
finzup finzup 7 years
OK, if you're in a dead end marriage and have tried to make it work but can't, have the balls to start the divorce proceedings right then and there. STOP the affair until the divorce is final. In what world is a 10 year affair, followed by a divorce when the kids turn 18 considered good???
RoaringSilence RoaringSilence 7 years
That is terrible. I am praying her boyfriend leaves her before that period, and that her husband finds someone more loving as well.
Spacekatdude Spacekatdude 7 years
SKG - Nope, the furniture-buying skank in question wasn't my ex. Also, for clarification, I really dig my job - I find it emotionally satisfying and fiscally rewarding. That said, if I by some miracle found a 1965 Corvette Stingray (without the air intake in the middle of the hood) under the Christmas tree, I wouldn't complain.
mix-tape mix-tape 7 years
I am the child who's mom did just this. She told me the day I left for college orientation that she was divorcing my dad. Looking back at my childhood I question the legitimacy of EVERYTHING she did. We do not have a relationship because of this reason. I hope the poster takes into consideration how her children will perceive her relationship when they are old enough to think for themselves.
Spacekatdude Spacekatdude 7 years
On the one hand, I applaud that woman's ability to plan ahead (a ten-year-plan? Wow? That's TWICE the five-year plans the Soviets had!). Most people can't plan beyond next week's episode of "Idol." I also knew another woman who planned ahead of leaving her husband - a year before, she started buying them lots of nice furniture, telling herself, "I'm taking this all with me when I leave him in a year." I admire their scheduling ability. Thoughts like this can be really helpful - if I guy lies to himself, saying, Someday, I'm going to buy that 1965 Corvette Stingray 427, blue exterior, white interior, 4 on the floor, gill slits on the side, I've always wanted - and if that lie helps him get through day after horrible day at his awful, pointless job without going insane and killing people, that's a good thing. But everyone knows - inc. him - that he's never going to get that Corvette. THAT SAID, I think what this woman is doing is TERRIBLE. What's wrong about that's woman's ten year plan is that it actually hurts people (lying to yourself about eventually owning a Corvette only really hurts yourself, if anyone). Before someone leaves a relationship (I say from experience as the leftee), that person checks out emotionally. If she's planning on leaving ten years from now, she's already (maybe) left emotionally, and her kids and husband can look forward to ten years of neglect. I may have bizarre plans for the future (within three years, I'm going to finish my movie! I'm going to write that Nebula-award-winning novel!) and I may check out emotional briefly from time to time (sorry, SKG, can't talk to you right now, must write really long post for tressugar - back in ten), but I always come back (didn't ever really leave) - I love SKG, my emotional center is with her, my world revolves around her, and that's all the difference. SKD
genesisrocks genesisrocks 7 years
She's planning a 10 yr affair? She's putting more into that than she is in her marriage
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