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The day she caught him cheating

Updated on October 18, 2015


She thought she was in love, and her husband was like A gift from above! He made her A cute home and bought her nice gifts, and to her all the stories out there about bad husbands was like A myth. Her eyes were shiny and her mind was light, for she certainly reasoned to herself that everything was always going to be alright! It was as she had always envisioned when she was little and someone would make her feel special, and he would always be there for her in his arms to nestle. She had nothing to worry about in her mind , for certainly she did not think she was blind! He would tell her she was special to him more than anyone else could ever be, and that the most beautiful woman ever was she! She felt like she was in heaven even though on this earth yet she was, oh how she felt like she was abuzz. He made her feel like she was indeed unique, and like at her touch he was her love indeed. He told her how he planned for their life to be perfect together, and that he had never laid any eyes on another woman since he had met her. She was naïve in mind but soft at heart, and she always had everyone's best interest in mind and tried her best to do her part. How was she to know the lies of this world, for she only was once put on this earth where what was rare was A friend or man made of pearl. Then one day she thought that something was not as the usual and yet he reassured her that everything was fine, and that he was there for her if she ever got in any kind of A bind. She wanted to be happy and she was quick to believe him , for she did like with happiness to be filled to the brim. Then later one day when going on A errand she thought she saw his car at A house when he said he was at work, oh how this all of A sudden brought back her earlier suspicions and she felt like A dork. She took A deep breath and went back and checked to make sure that it was his car, and then it hit her that she was right and it had his exact stuff in it oh how this her heart did scar. She knew who lived there and now since she did not believe what she had been told before, she had to face the brutal truth that she had let words persuade the feeling of truth in her heart and now in her mind and heart it had created A war. She would get her revenge she knew, for his own cup of boiling tea he did brew. She felt weak but yet strong , for in her heart she knew that someday in life he would get karma (The Good Spirit's Medicine) for what he had done her wrong. It was hard for her not to take the revenge in her own hands, but she knew someone else had A better plan. And in A situation like this, sometimes you will do things that will make your life go a;miss ! So breathe calmly she did amid the pain, and she knew that somehow somewhere she would her life heart and mind back regain!

© 2015 Marian


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    • MarianM profile imageAUTHOR


      3 years ago from NY

      First .....I love your comment is so well written and also thought provoking! Thank you ! :)

    • dashingscorpio profile image


      3 years ago

      It's been said that men fall in love with their eyes and women fall in love with their ears. However with age comes wisdom. Men learn everything that glitters is not gold and women learn that actions speak louder than words.

      I'm not sure if this is a "real story" or if it's another cautionary tale about a young woman seeking her (knight in shinning armor or prince charming). It starts off with: "She (thought) she was in love.."

      The word (thought) is a very interesting choice as it alludes to the possibility that she was NOT actually "in love". Maybe she's in her 20s or younger. A woman in her 30s, 40s, and beyond would (know) if she is "in love".

      I suspect there are a lot of folks who have a "wait and see" approach to love. While he was saying those sweet things she was mentally checking them off her "ideal mate" list. She never mentions what (she) gave to the relationship. It almost sounds like she was just "taking" and accepting.

      When she discovers the car in the drive way she doesn't confront him, she doesn't breakdown, or give any thought to seeing if they might get past this but instead she instantly has thoughts of "seeking revenge".

      When you're truly deeply "in love" and someone drives a knife through your heart revenge is not the first thing that comes to mind.

      You're devastated, crushed, heartbroken, and you question yourself as well as everything that took place that caused you believe them. Were there any "red flags" that were ignored? What caused you "suspect" anything in the first place? Was he/she really happy? or were they just "comfortable"? How can you use what you learned to choose a better mate next time?

      Each of gets to choose our own friends, lovers, and spouse.

      If given the same set of circumstances would we have made the same choices? If the answer is (yes) it means we have not learned anything.

      If someone has had one bad relationship after another it's probably time they re-examined their mate selection criteria.

      The only thing all of your bad relationships have in common is (you).

      You have to figure out why you said "yes" to one person and "no" to another. You have to (know) what it is you want and need in a mate. Otherwise it's the equivalent of going shopping without a list!

      People who do that allow "impulsive connections" and "happenstance" to dictate their relationship choices. They are in love with "falling in love."

      Never separate your mind from your heart when making relationship decisions. The purpose of the mind is to protect the heart.


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