I seriously want to knock some sense into a friend!
Allow me to describe the situation. A man (charming, sweet blah, blah, blah) has been married three times with four children from two of those marriages, he claims the women were cruel, evil, yada, yada, yada. Said man cheated on last wife with another woman... Left last wife for said woman, divorced, new woman demanded marriage, is pregnant and believes he loves her and the previous wives were evil, THEY TOOK HIS CHILDREN!!
He is working strange hours, spending time with his ex (for visitations of his youngest for now supposedly), sleeps late, and plays on his computer when he is home. Though she says he is very attentive to her.
I have been trying to tell her since she made the mistake of being with him, if he is willing to leave his family for her and he has done it before her, he will do it again. With a track record like his it's just to suspicious, he takes no blame for the previous marriages ending. It's all some one else's fault. Everything wrong in his life he blames on a different person. Don't get me wrong, we all have things we are not proud of, but really, man up! He is 42 years old and only has 3 ex-wives and 4 children to show for his years.
I care for my friend dearly, but I don't want to watch this pig drag her down, he's cheated on her before, but says that he has stopped.
They had a holiday party last weekend, I truly hate the man now, he's "accidentally" touched my chest, smacked my rear and made several sexual comments towards me. I told my friend and she said he was only joking, that's how he is. I told my friend I couldn't deal with it and to give me a call when he moved on.
Our other friends think that he can change, I see a pig of a different color, am I wrong for distancing my self from the situation?
Asked by Anonymous at 11:42 PM on Dec. 8, 2010 in Relationships
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