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Heartbroken

  • Date Submitted: 12/02/2012 04:59 PM
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Heartbroken
      Having been married for over 11 years, I knew I didn’t have the “perfect marriage” however, I don’t believe that there really is such a thing. Every couple has issues they struggle through. I honestly believed that I had a good happy marriage. I loved my wife and told her so as much as I could. I never cheated on her, I came home to her every night, and our sex life was above average. But, my wife destroyed everything I believed in and held close to my heart when I found on she had been unfaithful to me.
      I suspected something was wrong months before I found out the truth. She was being distant and callous to me. Our sex life began to diminish. I asked what was wrong and she confirmed with me that everything was fine. What a sucker I am for a woman, I believed every word she told me. This went on for a few months and during that time, I began to pick up on things that lead me to believe she may be screwing around. She was spending a lot more time than usual on the computer and every time I walked by her when she was on the computer, she couldn’t minimize the screen fast enough. Sometimes she even just shut off the monitor to prevent me from seeing what she was doing. When she did that, I asked “what are you trying to hide from me?” She said, “What’s with the 20 questions?” “Why are you so paranoid?” “Just tell me what you’re hiding” I said. We would argue from that point and I got nothing out of her.
      If she wouldn’t tell me what is going on, I had to find out myself. I installed a software program on the computer that recorded every web site that was visited. It didn’t take long to find out what was going on. I discovered that she had been doing on-line dating. I was shocked! That evening I confronted her with this recent discovery. Once again she assured me that it was nothing. She was just playing around. She said “Its just words, it doesn’t mean anything.” I said “Yea, to you it doesn’t mean anything, but to me it means you are...

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