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Dating Nightmares: Women Reveal Ways They Discovered Their Piece Of Sh*t Ex's Cheating

Finding out that your boyfriend or husband has been cheating on you is devastating, whatever the circumstances. But sometimes, the truth is so ridiculously stupid, that it's almost funny. Maybe. Sort of. 

Together with The Single Society, we bring you funny, cringe-worthy, and ridiculous stories from real women who discovered that their exes were cheating on them. From finding out he's sleeping with your boss's sister, to meeting their other girlfriend while you're both bailing him out of jail, these stories will make you cringe on behalf of these pathetic men. Enjoy!

real women reveal ex's cheating stories - cover pic woman describing husband cheating o valentines day | For Valentine's Day, my husband gave me a nice card. The only problem was he accidentally gave me the one intended for his mistress. I filed for divorce that week. IT'S NOT CONSIDERED CREATING IF you ARE A SEX ADDICT
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Woman Wants To Know If She's Wrong To Stop Supporting Dead Husband's 'Affair Child' At 18

Everyone has secrets; it's what makes life interesting. But sometimes, the way a secret is revealed can be more scandalous than the secret itself. One woman, who only found that her husband was having an affair when his mistress showed up at his funeral, pregnant, turned to the subreddit Am I The A-Hole for advice.

She explained how, out of the goodness of her heart, she "Agreed to set up a trust for the child for college and agreed to let them live in one of my rental properties in a good area rent-free until her child was 18." Now that the child is 18, she demands that the mom pays rent or moves out. Her deceased husband's family tells her that she is unfair and still owes the woman and her child money. She feels otherwise. Redditors agreed with her and claimed that she had been more than generous. What do you think?

woman wants to know if she's wrong for not supporting dead husbands love child after they turn 18 | thumbnail Text - Text - Posted by u/RepresentativeOwn638 7 days ago 5 2 3e AITA For Refusing To Replenish A College Trust For My Deceased Husband's Affair Child? Not the A-hole I (52f) am in an unusual situation and need an outside perspective but want to maintain my anonymity. 18 years ago it was revealed, at my husband's funeral, he had a pregnant mistress (40f). Obviously I didn't just take th
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Woman Gives Husband Ultimatum After His 'Work Wife' Constantly Messages After Hours

A woman took to the popular Reddit thread, Am I The A**hole, to ask if she was right to give her husband an ultimatum when it came to his new female coworker who was infatuated with him. She was sick of the way the coworker would contact her husband, "Multiple times a day at all hours of the day and night she will call and text him for help" and felt that she was crossing all kinds of boundaries. She ended the post saying, "He can either to be married to me, or married to her, but I wasn't going to be the third wheel in my own marriage. He says he does not have feelings for her and that I am overreacting to him just wanting to help a friend. I feel otherwise. AITA?" Of course, Redditers jumped to her defense, reassuring her that she was totally within her right to call her husband out on his shady behavior. Read through her dilemma below, along with the advice she received. And always, always trust your gut when it comes to this type of behavior in relationships. Boundaries exist for a reason, and a partner who can't honor those boundaries does not respect you or your relationship.

Woman gives husband ultimatum after not setting appropriate boundaries with woman at work | thumbnail Text - Posted by u/coworkerthrowaway999 2 days ago 8 7 98 E 14 AITA for telling my husband he is either married to me or his co-worker? Not the A-hole My (37f) husband (40m) has been working at his company for 10 years as a maintenance supervisor. About a year ago they hired Tabitha* to work in their accounting department. Since the day she first started working there, she has had an infatuation
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