'I thought he was the love of my life. Until one day he came drunk home and ruined my life'
When our reader, Karla, noticed her husband strange behavior, she started doubting his loyalty. What would you do in her shoes?
This reader, named Karla, is fed up with his husband and she sent a letter asking for help. She thinks he's cheating on her and she's confused.
Although she's very tired of this whole situation, she doesn't have any evidence of this dynamic, and while he denies it, she's noticing weird behaviors from him.
She's now desperately seeking advice from anyone who's willing to help her. What would you do in her situation?
In the letter, Karla explained that she's living with her partner and they have children together, claiming that she thought he was the one to form a family with.
He's the strong character type, but can also be sweet and caring sometimes. This made her think that he was in love with her as much as she was in love with him, but this wasn't the case.
One day, he arrived t home drunk, and while this wouldn't normally be a problem, the thing he said to her was something she would never forget.
"I don't love you. I never loved you. I don't even know why I'm still here with you," he said, destroying her confidence in the process.
She didn't keep the conversation going, as she didn't want to argue with him, but the damage was done. After a few days, when asked, he just apologized, claiming that he was just drunk and not thinking straight.
He cheated on her once, at least that what he says, and she took it like the most loyal companion and ended up forgiving him, giving him another chance.
She's now confused cause he's always talking about this woman from work, and while that could be a normal thing, Karla knows he likes her, and he's always enthusiastic when talking about her.
This is causing a lot of stress on her right now, and she doesn't know what to do, as she doesn't have any evidence to support these accusations.
Karla wants to get divorced now, but she doesn't want her children to be suffering for that. She fears that her husband may not take responsibility for them.
She wants any advice right now, claiming that she knows that lots of people will think that she's crazy. She's strong and she'll support her family.