Cheating on someone you love is much easy as it’s hard. It’s not that difficult to fall for temptations, especially when you’re married. The reason may be a small fight or maybe that one among the couple was just bored. As risky and forbidden it is to fall out of love and cheat on someone but it’s wrong.
This woman here gives some perfect reasons for it’s not worth cheating your husband.
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1. One night, at the bar away from home and kids
She wanted to spend some alone time either with friends or in a bar.
2. She hit the bar that she loved.
Nearly after ten years of marriage, it was tough for her to explain the boys hitting on her that she was happily married. As she had to face the questions like,” why is he not around then?” or “why you came alone?”
3. However, the last time she went out changed her way of thinking answers to those questions.
There she found a nice guy whose kindness made her ask him if he was single? But, when she told him that she was married, he asked something which someone never asked her before- “Do you think it’s forever?”
4. Her response: Well yes, he is my best friend.
“Well, we talked about more stuff that made my marriage a ‘ForeverMarriage’. Then while driving back home, I thought about that question and had very beautiful revelations
5. This is a Forever Marriage.
Surely, I go out and see many attractive people but all that is momentary. At the end of the day. I just want to come back in my husband’s arms.
6. Forever, my husband is my best friend.
That man I’ve met doesn’t know anything about it. He doesn’t know those little flirts and fights we have, or when I actually cannot place a word out of my mouth or what ice cream flavour is my favourite, he is always there to understand.
7. He couldn’t possibly know the words of the song we made up about our old dog.
The man I’ve met doesn’t know anything about me. He doesn’t know about my tastier music or my favourite sushi place. He doesn’t know how explosive rage monster I can be when I’m stressed out. He doesn’t know how depressed I was in winters and how much emotional support I needed.
8. That man wasn’t there to help us out, to feed our family when we were starving.
He didn’t put his extra time in working on extra shifts so that our children could have better future. He surely didn’t know which pressure point to push in my back to ease me from pain.
9. He certainly didn’t …
..conceive our first child on that old mattress and in that old apartment where tap leaked 24*7 and probably smelled awful, yet it felt like a mansion to us. Our Mansion.
10. The guys who ask, “Are you happy?” are asking about now.
Yes, honestly not every moment of a marriage is a happy memory. There are going to be ups and downs. The question isn’t asked for where have you been or where you wanna be? It asks about ‘now’. Certainly, now cannot always be happy right.
11. Marriage isn’t a “now” thing. It’s a continuum.
Rejecting those men in bar has nothing to do with who they are or how they look. It’s all related to me and my husband, our marriage. He is my best friend and our marriage is, forever.
Enjoy the married life in all ways and stay always with you partner in all situation because no one have lived your days. Don’t let spoil the life in spite make it more enjoying.