What Would You Do…? Cont’d

…Felicia proceeded to file for divorce. I reasoned with her that forgiveness would pay her better than throwing him out (it turned out she owned the house they lived in!)

“I took care of that dog – and he couldn’t even have the decency (seriously?) or control, to do it outside,” she lamented. It seemed to me that she was more pained by the fact that he did it in their house than the actual act itself.

She agreed and said there should be “honour amongst thieves”.

“Fortunately we don’t have kids. Can you imagine raising children with a father like that?” she quipped.

I advised going to counseling but that was another problem. She screamed at me -” then everyone will know my husband can’t keep his pants on!”

Screwing a house girl for that matter! I should have cut off  his d..k!”
I told her to take time off to cool down and she might think more rationally afterwards. She stayed with me for a week and the next time I saw her about a month later, she was definitely more in control of her emotions but she went ahead with the divorce.

She said she needed to take control of her life and a “dog like that has no place in my life..” so I let it be.

One more failed marriage because of one moment of indiscretion….Sad!
AUNTY GRACE

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5 Responses

  1. Lola Ibrahim says:

    Wise decision!

  2. Eky says:

    I wonder if the “honor amongst thieves” mentality is the same with men. Will a man easily forgive his wife is she cheated but didn’t disrespect their home ? He displayed total disrespect for her and their marriage by cheating in their home. Seemed Mr. Man had too much idle time on his hands as well. Lesson learnt and all the best to her. Considering the situation , I’d do the same thing.

  3. Paul Play says:

    It’s difficult to resolve. If it’s true that this lady supported her husband and also owns the house, she is living with a double faced monster.
    She needs to pick the remaining bits and pieces of her heart and move on.
    Good riddance.

  4. pauldairo2@gmail.com says:

    It’s difficult to resolve. If it’s true that this lady supported her husband and also owns the house, she is living with a double faced monster.
    She needs to pick the remaining bits and pieces of her heart and move on.
    Good riddance.

  5. Fr. Richard. j. Enegbuma says:

    Pray it may not be repeated. Well something may have caused it. Salt and pepper in the same pot of soup.

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