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clytemnestra2 clytemnestra2 18-21, F 3 Answers Feb 8 in Dating & Relationships

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Something obviously wrong with Lisa. I am surprised they lasted 5 whole years after the incident.

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Yes, me too.. I thought the husband would divorce her just after their confrontation

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I wasn't so surprised, I mean, when you love someone so much wouldn't you rather forgive first and do all you can to solve the issue, rather than cut them out of your life straight away? I admired the fact he forgave her but the divorce is understandable.

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I was surprised probably because I've known men who had killed their wives because of cheating.. the tragic things that anger and pain which drive people to madness were what I was expecting but the guy in the story did the opposite so I'm really shock but happy too that there's no violence that occured.

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Part of me thinks she wanted to, if she was faithful she would've made the appropriate decisions to ensure she would never end up in a situation that would encourage infidelity. If I had a partner, I would know going to a club with two party girls is nothing but trouble.

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Exactly!

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I think Lisa is a piece of **** and her husband shoulda slapped her, then sent her on her way.

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Yeah.. *sigh* this kind of stories make me lose hope on marriage

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Just don't marry someone like Lisa. Set the bar where you want it by being exactly the person that you want in your relationship. I don't want a trashy hoe, I want a loyal and loving girl so I'm a loyal and loving guy.

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