I am trying but the continued presence of my husbands friend is making it difficult for me to keep being faithful to my husband
I don't understand how her family agrees to this disturbing and selfish decision of their daughter. My brother is even the greatest betrayal
he forgave her and that is true. My friend and her guy were just getting to know each other earlier on in their relationship.
They all kept saying that after I give birth,they would take my baby and chase me away. I was too ashamed to tell my parents so I suffered in silence.
I traveled to a different state,but when I was away I noticed quite a lot,he stopped calling like usual,sounds weird on the phone.
I find that truly disrespectful and I told him to stop that but he said I should be the one calling him brother or uncle cos he is my husband's brother.
I met this wonderful lady about two years ago. Her pretty smile got me the very first time. We became friends over a couple of months
Truth be told,I am not an addict but I am a very virile man. I cannot talk to my wife about this cos that will not be good.If I talk to my fellow guys.
I checked,the ring was still there. I then took the bull by the horn and asked him if the ring was for me. He laughed and said yes.
It became awkward sitting with the man. He just faked a smile and said,its ok,that they have a small issue and that they will deal with it later.
I have been trying my best to be a good wife just to make my husband happy..why will he do this to me?
he would stop misbehaving and yes,I was heed over heels in love,my friends were getting married,the idea of being engaged sounded so surreal to me.
Now,the lady has ceased sending sms but she now goes around spreading stories to my friends and family members to warn their daughter to stay away.
I liked that. I also would like to settle down before the end of next year. So far,she said no s*x and I respect that too.
I thought it was just being a woman but my goodness,we can be having an argument and she starts crying instead of her to see through the argument for us to have a clear resolution.