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  1. Eating dinner or drinking with a coworker isn't itself cheating.

    Any emotional connection or flirting would be cheating.

    Her actions otherwise are still unacceptable. It honestly doesn't matter if this is cheating or not. She's not mature and can't be trusted. End it regardless.

  2. Say “No. I'm not doing that. If you insist on sending me those messages, I will have to block you.” Then if he asks or demands that you explain yourself, say “I don't have to explain myself. These are my boundaries.”

  3. I’ve noticed that he often deflects blame for things back at me. Like when I ask for more attention/affection, he asks for space, or if I ask about a girl he asks for privacy or says that I’m overreacting and not trusting him. Im definitely not perfect and have been more needy this past holidays with my dad being sick and my pet passing away. I haven’t been taking his request for space well since my love language is touch and spending time together. I wanted him closer to me cause just being around him made me feel better and helped me grieve my dad and pet.

  4. I don't need to be accountable for him cheating on me. We were good. We was planning for our future. There was no red flags I missed. Just go away. It's his fault because HE IS A LYING CHEATING SHIT. not me. I don't need to take accountability. Just go away

  5. You are entitled to your own set of morals, I just want to say: not every (a majority maybe, but not every) man who dates someone much younger than him is a creep. My dad met my mom when she was 18 and he was 28. Today he's 68, she's 59 and they're still happily married. Life is complicated, not every situation falls into the black and white categories people tend to judge each other over.

    OP: Talk to him about it. Ask him for his motives and what he saw in her. Give him a chance to show if he can explain it in a genuine, not creepy way that you can calm down with. If he can't, you two are both lucky to have found that out before the marriage.

  6. I’m talking about the cousin enabling Nazi ideology from her fiancé. They’re also not friends. At this point, I’m wondering if we’ve even read the same thing.


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