I been married for 10 years. He has cheated on me for the whole 10 years of our marriage.My husband has left me 2 times for 2 different women. He left me the second time last week. He has been away now for two weeks now. My husband travels a lot and he always blames the traveling on business purposes. He has women in the country he lives, and the countries he visits overseas for " business". What should I do, I am so hurt, I don't want my kids to be hurt when I leave him. He is a great father, and he treats me good financially and the problem is he likes a lot of women. I am retired at a early age from as an accountant. Because he told me I don't need to work, I can stay home with the kids and travel anytime I want. But, I don't want to travel with him anymore because of his dirt. Money isn't the problem. It that I'm so hurt from being played like a rag doll.
I am a beautiful woman, I have one numerous beauty pageants in my country, many man wants me, I'm not a cheater..
Do you think I should continue havin sex with husband since he his been around?
GIRLS? BOYS? answers please help =]
Most Helpful Girl
Besides the fact that he is a good provider and father, what else are you getting out of this? Do you know what I read? I read a post from a very beautiful woman who's heart is broken and she is dying inside for love from a good man. She is torn by whether or not she should leave her marriage. I didn't read the part where you were happy and being fulfilled.
As a woman and Mother, you owe it to yourself and those children to make a change. You are showing your children that it's acceptable for a man to treat a lady like that. You don't think your children are aware of what's happening? Believe me, they're VERY aware. They're also learning from example about married life. Marriage is about love, vows, forsaking all others, respect, solid family foundation. There is an absence of those things.
You need to leave and start fresh. You deserve to be happy and so do those children. Your children will adapt and they are resilient. Take the time to build your life independently and then when you're ready, find yourself a prince and not a player.1