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This past September I found he had responded to casual encounter ads on Craiglist.The emails said he wanted to “watch” and he “hadn’t gotten up the nerve to cheat on his wife.” I confronted him with this and he said nothing happened and he was “just bored” and “he’s a grown ass man and can look at what he wants.” In January of this year I found he had a secret email account where he had posted on Craiglist saying he “was looking to watch and touching was ok with him if it was ok with them.” I confronted him again and got the same answer as before. — A Fool to Believe Um, no, you shouldn’t believe that “nothing happened” unless you consider your husband pursuing and responding to ads for casual sex, and emailing women telling them he’s “ok with touching,” nothing.
The man is, at the very least, trying very intently to cheat on you, and has quite possibly already cheated on you.Being a grown-up doesn’t mean there aren’t consequences to your actions.Being a grown-up doesn’t mean you can cheat on your spouse or try to cheat on your spouse and not have to deal with the repercussions.I was smiling and laughing as I said it, and from our previous exchanges I had no reason to believe he might be insulted by such a comment.It’s been almost a week since I saw him and made that joke, and he’s definitely been avoiding me.
Portrayed Elisha Whitney in a revival of the 1982 update of the musical "Anything Goes" by Cole Porter, P. Wodehouse, Guy Bolton, Howard Lindsay, Russel Crouse, Tim Crouse (as Timothy Crouse) and John Weidman, produced at the UCLA Freud Playhouse, Westwood, California, USA.