I soon learned that even I, as a woman, didn’t like talking about feelings as much as he did.Probably because his feelings were accusations targeted towards me. If you're not certain that he cheated, or you only want to get back at him based on loosely-conceived notions, then you'll end up hurting yourself and probably destroying the relationship.After the lust for revenge has come and gone, and when your revenge has taken its course, you might feel hopeless and empty inside.He snooped my Facebook page (yes, this grown man), interrogated me about childhood guy friends, and even questioned my ‘feelings’ when I didn’t respond back to his calls in what he considered a reasonable amount of time.According to him, I didn’t show that I cared enough and every guy besides him was the person I really wanted to be with.Honestly I didn’t think any relationship, past or future, could get any worse than that until a few months ago when I dated an insecure man. He was intelligent, ambitious, and had a promising career that paid him extremely well.He had great conversation, opened doors, was considerate, and liked to talk about feelings.
I think I’m still emotionally unavailable but pretending not to be, because I know that deep down I do care about him, I’m just not really into caring yet.
There are other boys out there, so never lose faith in humanity.
Remember that living well and happy always is the best revenge.
The verdict is in: Women want men to cheat on them.
Oh sure, they don’t *consciously* want their men to cheat, but unbeknownst to all but the most self aware women, their ginas tingle uncontrollably for men who can — and do — score some poon on the side.
Being scornful and bitter will only show him how important he was to you. Coming to terms with the betrayal you feel when someone hurts or cheats you is never an easy thing to deal with.