He Wants To Abandon His Friend After He Cheated On His Girlfriend And Left Her For A Married Woman

oneinchpunch - - illustrative purposes only, not the actual person

Recently, this man’s friend, who is in his mid-30s, told him that he’d been having an affair with a married woman. While telling the story, his friend stated that he didn’t intend to stop the affair.

Understandably, hearing this made him uncomfortable because he believed that cheating was unethical, but he knew that it was his friend’s life and not his.

“He’s been seeing this girl and having a fling with her for months. He told me yesterday he’s left his now ex for her,” he said.

The timing couldn’t be worse for his friend’s ex-girlfriend because her dad passed away not long ago, so she’s already been emotionally struggling with her grief before this sudden breakup.

Plus, his friend has an 8-year-old son with his ex-girlfriend, so they’ll still have to co-parent together. It felt wrong to him that his friend was willing to cheat on a partner he’d been with for 18 years.

During the conversation with his friend, he tried to persuade him to reconsider the breakup and instead give the relationship with his ex another chance before moving on, reminding him of the child he and his ex shared. He tried to convince his friend that the love he used to feel for his ex could be revived.

“He wasn’t interested and said his ex had gotten fat and boring. I understand people can fall out of love, but to run off with an already married woman who is a CHEATER HERSELF is pathetic,” he explained.

Unfortunately, despite his friend being in his 30s, he was incredibly immature. Leading up to the breakup, his friend would text him and complain about his then-girlfriend not making his dinner when he wanted it, later saying that it was okay because he was planning to go hook up with the married woman with whom he was having an affair anyway.

Now that his friend has broken up with his ex-girlfriend in favor of the woman he was cheating with (who has now filed for divorce from her spouse), he doesn’t know if he can continue to stay friends with him. The situation makes him uncomfortable, and he doesn’t support his friend’s actions.

oneinchpunch – – illustrative purposes only, not the actual person

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