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Found my wife in bed with another man....?

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Answer #1 | 28/12 2013 22:35
Um.. they are prob just friends. You should join the cuddle party!
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Answer #2 | 29/12 2013 03:09
Why would you allow another man, and one neither of you really know to move into your house with your wife and you?
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Answer #3 | 28/12 2013 22:38
Im sure there is something doing on btw them.
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Answer #4 | 28/12 2013 22:32
TV or not, no other man belongs in a bed with your wife. That is completely inappropriate even if it was as innocent as watching a movie. That's what a couch in the living room is for. EDIT... She met him online? That is even worse. This seems more like someone she has intentions with rather than just trying to help a friend. You don't open up your house and bed to a stranger. Bad situation all around.
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Answer #5 | 28/12 2013 23:12
That sort of action is inappropriate. What does your gut tell you? It is possible it was innocent, however, this doesnt seem likely - notice their interaction with each other to give you a better answer. I wish you the best of luck, but I think something may be a stir
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Answer #6 | 29/12 2013 00:40
I think you are not serious. Why did you allow this guy into your house in the first instance? You found them in bed and you are being convinced nothing happened - and you believe that? If nothing happened now, then it has been happening behind your back as there is totally no logical explanantion why your wife should lie in bed with someone who also lives in your house while watching some movie. Kick this guy out of your house immediately before you find a way sorting out this mess.
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Answer #7 | 29/12 2013 00:44
If you have a gut feeling something is going on, then you are probably right. Only you can answer this question though, you where the one that saw the situation. So it all boils down to what do YOU want out of a relationship? yes now it is time to think about YOU for a change. If you feel that you want t a relationship where your partner is not laying next to another guy in bed, then that is your choice, But be advised that whatever your decision is, you need to be-able to make it without regret.
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Answer #8 | 28/12 2013 23:28
You already know that you should not have allowed him into your home and your wife has crossed a line by being intimate with him so, we'll skip that. They are having an emotional affair if not physical, and around the kids. Are you ready to divorce her, or at least separate and have custody of the kids? This is very hard, but you must make the right moves this point going forward. What I tell you next you must follow to a "T". Get a digital voice recorder, check for enough memory, good batteries, it works, turn it on to record and hide it on you. You need to have a serious talk with her and he needs to go tonight. Your talk with her needs to include your expressing how upset you are, how this guy makes you nervous, and they crossed a line. If she disagrees with you, call the cops and ask them to remove him from the home and her as well. File a report of what has happened and be the calm nice husband. If she agrees, good - The guy goes tonight! After the guy goes, and the kids are down to bed you need to have another talk with your wife. (Make sure you are recording). Ask her does she have feelings for him. The way you've caught them looking at each other, acting around each other gives it away. Tell her it's obvious and you just need to know the truth. Whether or not she admits it, you need to ask yourself: Do you and your kids need her? If she files for divorce, kiss your chances to being primary custodial parent goodbye. Decide long and hard, because if you believe - with your gut, that she will sneak out for this guy or any other, you need to divorce her. You need to file for divorce, and file for temporary sole custody. Get an ATTORNEY!!!! What ever you do, don't let her make the first move or take the kids. If she tries to take the kids, call the cops make a report, and get a lawyer first thing tomorrow. A good attorney will talk with you on a Sunday. Just double check to make sure your state laws allow one party to be aware of audio recording - you can present this as evidence if your 'wife' admits to her feelings. I may sound like I'm over reacting, but it's a harsh reality. Now, breathe, stay calm and get that man out and do what is necessary for your kids and you.
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