I just saw a news story, with link, on another website for a different website devoted to "exposing the other woman". So, basically, the wife or girlfriend who was cheated on goes to this site posts pics of the other woman, tells a lengthy (usually cursing and name-calling more than actually telling the story), and even gives out the other woman's personal information. I understand the hurt involved with being betrayed like that. And, I very much understand wanting justice, or karma, or whatever you want to call it. But I have a few questions that I can't seem to get over...
1. Why do women always want to focus their anger on the mistress? Wasn't the man the one who took the vows and made the promises? Shouldn't he be held responsible for his actions even more so than a woman, many times that the wife/girlfriend has never met and has made no commitments to? And, yet, most of the time women not only DON'T blame their husband/bf, they take them back OVER AND OVER AND OVER?
2. Don't these women understand that while their pain and anger is justified, their actions make them no better than the woman they're trying to put down? Most of these woman end up looking like bigger piles of trash than the home wrecker does just from the language and classlessness they use on the site.
and 3rd, and probably most importantly, do these women stop to realize that if the "other woman" finds this sight, and sees her picture and story posted for the world to see she has grounds for a lawsuit against them? Is it really worth all that?
The one thing I learned the easy way was that the other woman did me a favor. He was the scumbag, and she got stuck with him. I don't hate her or wish her any harm. If anything I pity her. And holding onto the anger, or stalking them, or posting pictures and stories years later on different websites will do nothing but keep me in the hole he tried to put me in in the first place...and I'll be damned if I'd waste anymore of my time on him, no less her.
Why do so many women not get it?
Asked by Anonymous at 12:40 PM on Nov. 11, 2013 in Relationships
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I already posted about this.
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