Some background on her, she is a huge bitch sometimes, she is the typical controlling feminist woman who tries to opress men. I always had to play the nice man when i was with her and i am sick of it. If i wouldn't have my other partners i would probably explode.
She wasn't like this when i met her but she turned in 2nd or 3rd year into some god prude. I decided to stay for my son tough. I first started cheating on her wth prostitutes when i was on business trips, but then i wanted more. I prefer my other partners a lot compared to her now, she means little to me. I also don't feel guilty about cheating on her, she deserves it in my opinon. I am reallly struggling to admit to all my affairs tough, i don't know, should i lie to her and say i fell out of love or telll her the truth?
Most Helpful Girl
If you saw your relationship was not for you, why didn't you just leave so you can have this sexual life you speak of that keeps you sane?
Right now mentioning what you have put up with and how terrible she is , just looks like one huge excuse.
Although there may be truth to what you are saying there is no excuse for cheating, just leave !
Cheating only makes things worse
it's only a temporary fix in your mind.
You're putting your wife at risk.
What would you do if you contracted a std and passed it on to her? What would you do if that std was passed on to your child? Some stis such as herpes can be passed on to your very own kid. Many parents give this to their child without even knowing it. This is one of the reason why 80 percent of the population is infected with oral herpes (cold sores).
You cannot undo the past but we honest and leave.
Most Helpful Guy
You shouldn't have stayed together. You should have told her what was wrong the second it went wrong.
You can't mark this up to 'she deserved it'... two wrongs do not make a right! Even if she cheats on you it doesn't make it ok to cheat on her (And vice versa!!)
I'd tell her the truth (the whole truth, take responsibility for what you've done) and finally get out of a relationship that is making you miserable.