dated my ex for 3yrs, he's a quiet likeable guy keep what goes on in his life on the low key and don't get close to people easily. come with a good christian family. so recently he accused me of cheating on him he was upset with me didn't talk for 2weeks. and then one Saturday evening he turned up at my house. he said he's sorry for not letting me explain things and the way he behaved it wasn't fair and he knows he trusts me. we patched things up and he came up with idea for our families to meet. I am very close to his family and he same with mine. but just a week before the meeting I discovered he's been in a relationship with a girl that was supposedly "his ex" all along. he dated her for 2yrs before me and since me and him started dating he never broke it off with her. its been going on all the time me and him were together. she is not even a girl she is a woman. am 22yrs old he's 24 and she must be mid or late 30's with 2children. I trusted him so much and I was shocked. I've been there for him he knows it supported him through difficult times. now this is how he pays me back. he took everything away from me. my confidence, my trust I feel like the biggest fool. and I want him to pay for what he's done to me. I want him to feel the pain he has caused me until I do this am not letting go he hurt me alot, way too much
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The classic two timer; one older woman, one younger...
This is a 'good Christian?' More like the ultimate hypocrite, accusing YOU of cheating on HIM!
As to revenge, remember what Confucius said: If you want to get revenge, first dig two graves..
You have a life to live, you can't be wasting it on him. Getting revenge would be just as big a mistake as being with him in the first place.
Learn one thing right away: guys like him aren't worth your attention, let alone all the effort it would take to get even. The worst thing you can do to him is ignore him. Be indifferent, don't let him make you resentful or angry, and don't take this out on other guys. That would be letting him win!0