This Cheating Husband got what he deserved.

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LoveTriangleLove triangles¬†can lead to the worst kind of hateful acts of revenge. A lady in Wisconsin was so outraged over her cheating husband’s acts of infidelity that she tossed all of his possessions out into the driveway and front yard. She painted insulting graffiti¬†tags like Cheater on his car and tried to give away his every last possession for free.

Can you blame a woman for doing such an act? I think NOT. Women bear the cost of a relationship much more than their hubby. After a woman has had two or three kids, she likely needs both emotional and financial support and she can not be faulted for being filled with contempt for the man who promised to love her and help support the family.

All of this raises the question “does a cheating husband deserve a second chance?” In my opinion, the answer should be emphatically NO. To borrow an old time-tested adage, “If he did it once, then the wife can never be sure he will NOT do it again. Boot his butt out of the hacienda and change the locks.

Cheating Husbands possessions thrown out on front lawn and given away for free
Cheating Husbands possessions thrown out on front lawn and given away for free
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  1. The cheating husband may have gotten what he deserved, but often for infidelity to occur more than meets the eye is involved. We all know about the stereotypical nagging wife who greets her husband after a long day at work with nothing but a long litany of complaints. I knew a couple in Odessa,TX where the father was the basketball coach at the junior college. His wife constantly was criticizing him for what most people thought were relatively trivial things. He waited until kids had completed school and then dumped her like a bag of bricks.

    Who knows where the fault really belonged, but women should make sure they really have something constructive to say rather than bitching for bitching’s sake.

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