Oh no, you made a bad mistake and decision and obviously u must take responsibility for it, and prepare for the concequences. That is just out of order, she is a grown up woman, she should know her drinking limits so she isnt left vulnerable to men! And even if you forgive her, it doesn't have to equate to staying married. I really don't know what to do or what to think, I've been crying non-stop. Don't get me wrong- I am no backward thinking girl from the lower layers of society. But you both need to take a different approach to make it work.
She wants to be let off the hook and not have to deal with any far-reaching consequences of her behavior. But when he was done, he asked if I was okay, and I said yeah and he left. The argument could be made here that her general mistrust of men lead to this. Tears refused to leave my eyes. But only you can know that for yourself.
I returned in time for Christmas- the season for loving and giving. But above all, listen to your heart. Your boyfriend is always going to have trust issues with you because you get yourself into inappropriate situations. And that's when my nightmare officially began. I am all for a more reasonable and forgiving world about peoples sexuality that promotes honesty rather than forcing people to lie to protect themselves. A rape is the absence of consent.
I think deep down she did want it and did enjoy it but realised she fucked up and got fucked by a scum. I mean i always picture my boyfriend with his exes because i know them and i know some things he did with them , but ph well as angry as they make me feel i love him! However, he saw she was drunk and made a move. Everybody has issues that they run into, and everyone needs advice every now and again. Which technically it was because I didn't stop him. She needs to not go out drinking without you until your trust is re-established. Before I dated my wife, when we were still just friend, she told me about a guy she had had always had a crush on. If my son gets to know about this, what could be the worst possible outcome? Women are generally affected by alcohol more because they tend to have a higher proportion of body fat.
I love her to death and still want to marry her some day. Some can be quite drunk and still relatively hold some common sense, whereas others become different people, completely care free or even violent when in normal circumstances they're kind, docile people. The coworker apparently asked to crash at my house because he drank too much. He dressed me and ordered food f. We have fun together, have great sex, and love just sitting around shooting the shit.
When I was younger and single I certainly thought it was the worst crime ever. Tell me really: how can you trust her after this? I had a married colleague of my age and we used to sit close to each other,. I think guilt got the better of her and she felt compelled to own up - with a few added bits to make her look drunk and innocent. He was over at her house for a party and she got drunk and went to her room. Sorry to go all pschyco-analytical on you, but this sort of thing rather fascinates me a little bit. If you feel you cannot move forward with her, cut her loose and move on. I didn't know that this guy took he's clothes off too but he took everything off I didn't know.
What to do when you get cheated on? As fat cannot absorb alcohol, it is concentrated at higher levels in the blood. Instead, he offered sympathy and a shoulder to cry on before he left. This is Reddit's very own solution-hub. Im just not sure what to do, she was perfect for me. If both of you are determined to keep this thing going and hope it to evovle into something safe, better, long lasting…then try couples counseling. She was giving him the go-ahead alright.
A crime is not less of a crime because the person was drunk. How would he know someones hand was in your pants from outside the door based on a moan type of noise? I know I deserve this, but I miss seeing my friends and miss my freedom too. But very soon, everything became a horror story. I'll give your wife credit though, for telling you right away, for telling you the truth, admitting, taking full responsibility, it's the right thing to do, nut takes a lot of courage to do so. I never stopped reading your books, and checked up on myself often. This is a matter of character. She felt too drunk to drive and didn't want to wake me and our child up to come get her.