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Confronting The ‘Other Man Or Woman’: How Some Look At It

As an online divorce review site, we see many cases come through that were initiated due to an act of infidelity. Most of the time, the couples contemplating divorce choose to part ways and be done with it, but sometimes, that isn’t enough for the spouse who was cheated on, and they would rather confront the other Mister or Miss with whom their spouse got involved. Here’s how several redditors looked at it.

1. “True story… Shook his hand and thanked him for inheriting the crazy… They were finished in a month.”

2. “… yes, I’ve confronted the other guy on the two occasions I’ve been cheated on. It was not even a little satisfying in the long run. I was young and dumb.”

3. “I wasn’t going to before he showed up at my house the day after me and my ex-SO broke up. She let him in, I grabbed a bat and beat … him. … he ended up in hospital and the police said if he presses charges I could go to jail. He didn’t, but I still regret doing it. … Moral of the story. It’s not worth it. Let it go and move on.”

4. “Accidentally. He was one of her close friends so I knew him fairly well. He just so happened to start taking guitar lessons the same place I was the week after it happened. I walked downstairs to the place and lo and behold he’s standing right there. He tried to duck away so I couldn’t see him, but I thought it would be funny to make it as awkward as possible so conversed with him for a bit. He was squirming the entire time.

“This was in high school (specifically my senior year) so kind of different than a relationship later in life, but this was the last time to my knowledge that I was cheated on.”

5. “My ex had the audacity to introduce me to him a couple months after we broke up. I just walked away, and never spoke to her again. I don’t know why I was speaking to her in the first place.”

6. “You’re blaming the wrong person. Stop getting mad at the other person for your SO’s infidelity.”

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