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In Response to Re: An interesting Dear Prudence:
I would encourage the same thing. It's such a sneaky, underhanded, despicable thing. If a friend came to me and told me the same thing, I would tell her what I would do, which is get a divorce as quick as possible. He entered into your vows of marriage lying.Oh I agree I think he's a complete douchebag and I wouldn't ever sideye her divorcing him. It's a huge breach of trust. I just think it's crappy of someone to urge another person to get a divorce, regardless of the situation.
Posted by chelseamb11
In Response to Re: An interesting Dear Prudence:I'm curious as to why you think it's unfair and harsh? I agree with her on this one. He let his wife assume that their infertility issues were her fault for TWO YEARS. He lied to her every single day for 2 years not to mention never telling her before that. He is an asshole. If my husband ever did to me, I would 99% guarantee there would be no way to move past that.
Posted by LetsHikeTodayI don't usually post, but this exactly. I actually gasped when I read what her husband did. That's a total deal breaker for me. You LIE to me for 2 years and think that's ok? I couldn't get past that. Especially with something as sensitive as this. That's such a diick move that I can't even imagine it.
This post took a weird turn. Also. The only person I saw being mean and catty was lesliesmith05
And that's why the OP should wait to get married until after training is done. No need to rush it before.
It's the post that keeps on giving. Also. I love how we are sticking our nose in people's business when they post on a public message board. Last I checked I wasn't going knocking on people's doors telling them what to do. And really? My job is just to support my husband. No. I have a full time job. And strangely enough I can support him AND have an opinion. Weird huh?