Every Time I Caught Him Cheating On Me, He Made It My Fault

Anonymous Anonymous in Dirty Picture on 26 July, 2017

I am a financially independent successful woman, I was the topper in school and college. I was so engrossed in studies that I had no time for love. I was too busy chasing my dreams and making my parents proud, and I stayed away from any kind of emotional attachments.

And then this guy from my office entered my life. He was a perfect gentleman, tall and handsome. He proposed and I immediately fell for him. I talked to him for about two months, just as friends, and then he introduced me to his family. His family approached mine and we were all set to get engaged. I was on cloud 9, he was the kind of person I had always dreamt of and I was about to get married to him.

We thought of spending a decent courtship period and enjoy this phase. I gave in to everything, the maximum I could do to this relationship. His tantrums, his mood swings, his anger issues, I took on everything just for the hope of a happy future. I can easily count days when I lost it and told him that I couldn't take his shit anymore. And then he would beg me to forgive him. I was stupid to forgive him every time.

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And then came my worst nightmare! He was having an affair. Yes, an affair with one of his friends who had no clue that he was engaged to me. I confronted him, to which he plainly refused saying that it was just a misunderstanding between that girl and me. He said this won't happen ever again.

He got back to his normal self, we had less fights, things were rosy once again. I thought he had changed and loved me the way I love him. Three months passed and he starts ignoring me again. I had a gut feeling that he might be cheating on me again but I didn't want to face the same stressful situation. I came to know that he spoke girls, claiming that he's single and that he had called off his relationship with me. When I confronted him again, he started the same drama again, saying that he is not involved with anyone and it's me who's having insecurities, just because he's successful and good-looking.

I've left him anyway, I don't know if I can get over these issues and trust him ever again. I'm posting this story just to tell you ladies to take a stand the very first time he takes you for granted. Or else, you will land up in a mess, a mess where you won't be able to decide whether to quit or give him another chance.

Author's Note:

I read AkkarBakkar regularly. I used to feel the pain when I read about failed relationships. Little did I know that I would be the next to post my story here.

 

Editor's Note:

Share this story because 'insecurities' is an excuse men use to mentally abuse women.