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Do you tell?

(36 Posts)
str8tothepoint Wed 23-Oct-13 15:34:45

No I'm not looking for a boost in confidence or nothing at all so don't fire me down. If your DP was having an affair with the same sex, had unprotected sex, knows he's gay in the closet too scared, still carried on behind her back for 9 months after she found out originally about us would you tell her??

I am not looking for arguments or boosts just opinions

Lweji Fri 25-Oct-13 15:38:14

Why should you "need" him?

TBH, as he has an STD, you'd be doing her a favour.

I hope they are not TTC. hmm

aturtlenamedmack Fri 25-Oct-13 15:43:24

I would just remove yourself from this situation entirely.
Do not contact him, erase him and all his details from your life entirely and do not be tempted to get back in touch.
It is unlikely that he got the sti that he has given you from his wife, indicating that it isn't just you that he is messing about with.
Don't yell her, don't speak to him, remove yourself from the situation entirely.
Get your sti treated and move on with your life. You don't need a man like that in it. His behaviour is horrible and up to now you have been facilitating it.
Find someone who will treat you well.

ImperialFucker Fri 25-Oct-13 16:20:50

I can't understand any of this.

str8tothepoint Fri 25-Oct-13 16:26:57

I don't need him he always says that when he wants a reaction from me as if 'oh God better reply or he'll never talk to me again' and he has always said he needs me more than I need him which is very true. Maybe it's just me being head fucked by what's happened and him thinking he can just get away with being a liar and cheater

feelinlucky Fri 25-Oct-13 16:37:32

This is very familiar. There was something very similar to this not too long ago.

str8tothepoint Fri 25-Oct-13 16:40:40

I did post in may time but had it taken down just incase she was on here now I don't care she can find out. Thing is she was pretending to be him on his old account so I registered gay newsletters to that address, surely she must know he's gay. I'm just being stupid but have protected him for far far too long

ScooseIsLoose Fri 25-Oct-13 17:04:58

Why don't you just cease contact with him don't reply to his texts emails etc.

ScooseIsLoose Fri 25-Oct-13 17:09:44

If you tell her he will probably weasel his way out of it and say you are just bitter and jealous it sounds like you would both be better off without him.

Madlizzy Fri 25-Oct-13 17:36:22

Message him about the STI then run like the wind.

str8tothepoint Fri 25-Oct-13 18:48:58

I'm far from bitter or jealous plus I have all the proof to prove that he weasled his way back to me. he's a very scared gay man

Offred Fri 25-Oct-13 20:16:00

You need to tell her about the sti. Nothing else and no drama. If you tell him he may not tell her. She really needs to be tested.

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