So. Long story short.
I was at home, I walzed over to the desktop pc, sat down, and someone had left a gmail account logged in, with a weird name I didn't recognize. I clicked on it, and from the pictures and writing patterns quickly realized it was an email account my dad had made, siging up for places like adultfriendfinder, sexfinder, casual sex ads on craigslist, etc. There were several strings of emails of him emailing trying to chat with potential mistresses.
My dad is also married, to my mother, and I am one out of five kids they had. I have two little siblings who are no where near old enough for moving out of the home.
Note: My parents are also very religious. Not the "I believe in God and would use facts to defend it when I can" but the "My dad tried to start his own Bible study and parents both thought I was not a Christian because I found church boring."
That, and a few years ago one of my sisters implied to them I had hooked up with a girl and had sex, literally a "I think he had sex" type statement. They threatened to kick me out of the house and demanded I provide them the address of the girl so they could verify what I did or did not do.
- Yes, tell on the cheater!Vote A
- No, let things take their own course.Vote B
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My dad's also a religious man and I've caught him in some sketch situations. I was just honest with him about it. I took the man route. Pretty much said "dad I know about this and it makes me uncomfortable. I'm not going to tell mom because it's your marriage not mine I just wanted you to know I know to get it off my chest." At first he tried to pull the whole boys will be boys schtick but he didn't raise me to be that kind of person and he knows it. They eventually talked about it. Sometimes just reminding your dad that you're watching is a character jolt. He'll either risk you losing his respect or do what's right.0