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Rusty Jones
09-15-2016, 09:12 PM
http://mtonews.com/scandalousssss-husband-waits-sex-marriage-learns-wife-4-months-pregnant-another-man-details/


“We exchanged vows in a colorful wedding a few weeks back, even though I highly suspected that my wife was already pregnant with another man’s baby, but I married her anyway.. My suspicions became true when we recently visited a family doctor for routine check ups.

The doctor said she was four months pregnant. My Christian values ensured that I and my wife did not engage in sexual activities before tying the knot, therefore cementing my belief that she cheated on me.

I have since been heartbroken because I feel that I was cheated into marriage. I am seriously contemplating opting out even after sacrificing time during courtship and spending on a costly wedding. Despite caring for my wife I cannot forgive her because there is no trust in our relationship.”

Ever overheard a young troop talk about a girl he's been dating for a week who wants to "wait" a certain number of months to have sex, and you couldn't help but to shake your head at how stupid he is?

I can't think of a better argument against homeschooling than this. The prospect of raising a cuck.

garhkal
09-16-2016, 06:29 AM
Ever overheard a young troop talk about a girl he's been dating for a week who wants to "wait" a certain number of months to have sex, and you couldn't help but to shake your head at how stupid he is?

I can't think of a better argument against homeschooling than this. The prospect of raising a cuck.

Yes i have shaken my head at stuff like that, and even was supervisor of three who did get into that pit..
BUT what does that have to do with home schooling?

WILDJOKER5
09-16-2016, 12:15 PM
http://mtonews.com/scandalousssss-husband-waits-sex-marriage-learns-wife-4-months-pregnant-another-man-details/


Ever overheard a young troop talk about a girl he's been dating for a week who wants to "wait" a certain number of months to have sex, and you couldn't help but to shake your head at how stupid he is?

I can't think of a better argument against homeschooling than this. The prospect of raising a cuck.

Yeah, he should move on. How old is he? One thing I am trying to instill in my kids is not to get married till at least 25, too many people change who they are up till that point and a high school sweetheart may turn out to be the worst mistake of your life. Plus, if you cant survive on your own, how will you survive in marriage?

Rusty Jones
09-16-2016, 12:56 PM
Yes i have shaken my head at stuff like that, and even was supervisor of three who did get into that pit..
BUT what does that have to do with home schooling?

Anyone who spent four years in high school should've known better.

sandsjames
09-16-2016, 01:20 PM
One thing I am trying to instill in my kids is not to get married till at least 25, too many people change who they are up till that point and a high school sweetheart may turn out to be the worst mistake of your life.

Great advice!!! A shame when they take it, miss marrying the right woman because they were "too young", and end up in some fucked up marriage anyway.

Sometimes you meet the right person in high school, sometimes in college (early 20s), and sometimes not until later in life.


Plus, if you cant survive on your own, how will you survive in marriage? This is such a ridiculous statement. There are millions of people who thrive in marriage but suck as single people. One of the major points of marriage is that your spouse helps to balance out your weaknesses.

But, that's just my opinion. Marriage stats are pretty fucking awesome now that people wait 'til later in life to get married.

Bos Mutus
09-16-2016, 02:21 PM
http://mtonews.com/scandalousssss-husband-waits-sex-marriage-learns-wife-4-months-pregnant-another-man-details/

Ever overheard a young troop talk about a girl he's been dating for a week who wants to "wait" a certain number of months to have sex, and you couldn't help but to shake your head at how stupid he is?


I don't think it's inherently stupid to wait a certain amount of time to have sex.


Great advice!!! A shame when they take it, miss marrying the right woman because they were "too young", and end up in some fucked up marriage anyway.

Sometimes you meet the right person in high school, sometimes in college (early 20s), and sometimes not until later in life.
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I think marriage is less about 'finding the one right person' and more about both of you just being ready, willing and able to commit to the marriage.

Rusty Jones
09-16-2016, 03:12 PM
I don't think it's inherently stupid to wait a certain amount of time to have sex.

I agree. However...

In my experience, every case of this that I've run into, the woman was ALWAYS getting her brains fucked out by other dudes during the "waiting period" that she keep her "boyfriend" waiting. And these are dudes she meets DURING the waiting period, who only had to wait a day - if that.

So... any man who waits is a fool. And it's not about him getting laid. It's about his girl fucking everybody else but him.

sparks82
09-16-2016, 03:31 PM
Great advice!!! A shame when they take it, miss marrying the right woman because they were "too young", and end up in some fucked up marriage anyway.

Sometimes you meet the right person in high school, sometimes in college (early 20s), and sometimes not until later in life.

This is such a ridiculous statement. There are millions of people who thrive in marriage but suck as single people. One of the major points of marriage is that your spouse helps to balance out your weaknesses.

But, that's just my opinion. Marriage stats are pretty fucking awesome now that people wait 'til later in life to get married.

I have known some people who shouldn't be married and only are married because they don't know how to take care of themselves or are afraid to. That's sad. If you have to depend on another person to have a home, food, etc I think that's a horrible way to live.

That's the situation with my ex mother in law. She has even admitted she doesn't know how to take care of herself. She's never had to. She got pregnant with my ex when she was 18. Her and his dad got married right away and he joined the Air Force pretty quickly after that because he was born in Colorado. For at least 22 years I think they were married. I can't remember when they got divorced. She met her second husband before she was even divorced from her first (but they never should have gotten married and likely wouldn't have if she hadn't gotten pregnant). She told me she was getting married and I said "Don't do it. You're not ready. It's just a mid life crisis fling." She did it. The guy is 10 years younger than her and an angry bitter man. All they've done the entire time they've been married is fight. He has abused her. She always says she's gonna leave but she doesn't. But her whole life someone has taken care of her from her parents to her first husband to this one. She's worked but both husbands made more money. Supposedly she's leaving him this time but who knows. She should - the crazy fuck came home drunk a month ago and bashed in her windshield.

I've told her just leave why would you stay? "I don't know how to take care of myself." I said I left you can leave. But I've always been independent and taken care of myself since I was like 10. At this point I don't really care what she does since we've gotten into a fight twice because I don't have sympathy for her son anymore. And I said she will not see her granddaughter at her house as long as she lives with that man. He can explode at any second. I've seen it. Him and my ex got into a fight on New Year's Eve one year when they were both drunk. I've told him off. He needs help but not my issue. I just find it sad that there are people who don't know how to be single or just how to take care of themselves.

Yes it works when you have a partner that makes you better but her marriage is fucked. Those marriages need not exist. People in those situations need to learn how to be on their own and learn about their strengths and weaknesses to find that partner that balances them out.

sparks82
09-16-2016, 04:18 PM
"even though I highly suspected that my wife was already pregnant with another man’s baby, but I married her anyway."

THAT is his problem. He had a feeling she was already pregnant but he went ahead with the marriage. Maybe instead he should have confronted her about it. Talked about it before marriage. I have zero sympathy for this guy. He had suspicions about her cheating and had a pretty good idea she did, he should have addressed it before their "colorful wedding."

Rusty Jones
09-16-2016, 04:58 PM
"even though I highly suspected that my wife was already pregnant with another man’s baby, but I married her anyway."

THAT is his problem. He had a feeling she was already pregnant but he went ahead with the marriage. Maybe instead he should have confronted her about it. Talked about it before marriage. I have zero sympathy for this guy. He had suspicions about her cheating and had a pretty good idea she did, he should have addressed it before their "colorful wedding."

I don't feel sorry for the guy, either.

Let's be real: this dude is weak as fuck.

I was never a "player" or anything like that, but getting laid is too damn easy. ESPECIALLY since they have Tinder and Badoo, and whatever else these young kids are using that we didn't have ten years ago. That being said, I think too many dudes are afraid to try.

So when a woman says, "I want to wait three months to have sex;" alot of men are going to comply with that, because they think that the three month mark is going to come alot sooner than their ability to find another woman who'll have sex with them.

Meanwhile, no man should EVER tell a woman to wait. Because when it comes to getting laid, she KNOWS she can get it whenever she wants... and she will.

And, unfortunately, she'll still get dicked down by someone else; even if waiting was HER idea.

So that's my take on it. He lacked confidence. Also lacked the confidence to confront her about the pregnancy.

garhkal
09-16-2016, 06:27 PM
"even though I highly suspected that my wife was already pregnant with another man’s baby, but I married her anyway."

THAT is his problem. He had a feeling she was already pregnant but he went ahead with the marriage. Maybe instead he should have confronted her about it. Talked about it before marriage. I have zero sympathy for this guy. He had suspicions about her cheating and had a pretty good idea she did, he should have addressed it before their "colorful wedding."

Maybe that is all born out of the common myth/mantra, "Happy wife, happy life" and all other such bupkis..

Rusty Jones
09-16-2016, 06:51 PM
Maybe that is all born out of the common myth/mantra, "Happy wife, happy life" and all other such bupkis..

Let's call a spade a spade here: at times, it can be a real drag having to take care of another adult. Hell, simply having another adult in the house that you have to share decision-making with can be a real drag.

I'll be honest with you: if I could do it all over again, I'd probably have a long term relationship with a non live-in girlfriend.

garhkal
09-17-2016, 07:05 AM
Let's call a spade a spade here: at times, it can be a real drag having to take care of another adult. Hell, simply having another adult in the house that you have to share decision-making with can be a real drag.

I'll be honest with you: if I could do it all over again, I'd probably have a long term relationship with a non live-in girlfriend.

I am 42 and happily single..