These People Don’t Have A Problem Taking Back A Cheater


Forgave her because it was only photos started to trust her again till she tried to fuck my friend. Found out she had been with over 30 guys in the 5 months together.


I gave her a second chance, but broke it off years later. All the insecurities and negative thoughts will slowly eat you apart. Don’t recommend anyone to go through the same experience.


My ex’s excuse (the second time he cheated) was that I didn’t have time for him and was neglecting his sexual needs. At the time we had a toddler, I was pregnant with kid #2 and acting as my mother’s caregiver while she died of brain cancer. To be honest, he was right in that I wasn’t horny and didn’t really have time for his bullshit, but he could have helped me rather than spending his free time having sex with other people.


I was 19 and we had been seeing each other for 6 months and he calls and tells me he slept with someone else the night before (I lived a hour away). I broke up with him right away. Couple days later I’m thinking about it and I hadn’t had a period in awhile so I take a pregnancy test and I’m pregnant. I tell him and he tells me he will take care of us and we are a team now and will do it together. So I forgive him, he told me right away and I’m young and freaked out. Four years later we get married. Years after that we have another kid. We buy a house in the suburbs, both work, go on dates, ride our bikes and we’re just a perfect happy family. I trusted him completely. Took awhile but we had over done so much at a young age. 6 months ago he sits me down and admits that he had slept with over 10 different women this whole time. We’re divorcing.


I just got out of a 5.5 year relationship (married for 4.5) he cheated multiple times and I always caught him. He never came clean on his own. I always forgave him because he wasn’t an asshole outside of the cheating. He had a rough childhood and I’m a very compassionate person. We have two kids together and he’s a great father but he just couldn’t stop lying and cheating. I’ve become a shell of the person I once was without even realizing it. I don’t recognize myself. It’s been 8 weeks since the separation and I’m still struggling to navigate through my new life. Feels like I’m missing a limb but at the same time I feel so free. I hope he can get the help he needs.

Written by Laura McNairy

Laura is a freelance writer for TFLN. She likes to write about what she knows best — dating, sex, and being awkward, but usually in the opposite order. She is the Assistant Editor and videographer for Peach Fuzz, a sex-positive nudie magazine in ATX.