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Old 01-14-2012, 08:59 PM
 
Location: 757 raised and 703 living
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It's clear to see the OP is heading towards becoming, the extreme stalking mistress. I feel sorry for the wife, it's obvious the husband want's to play.
It is seeming like this is going to end up as a murder case that will get national attention.
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Old 01-17-2012, 11:33 AM
 
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Seek physical retaliation against her? Did she kidnap the husband and force him to engage in sexual relations with her? Don't understand why some women are so irrational. All that anger and rage is being directed at the wrong person. The OP clearly stated she wasn't aware the lad was married. How can you hold it against her?
Alright, I will give her the benefit of the doubt on her claim that she had no idea he was married. And telling wife he is cheating...a friend could get away with direct contact in that situation, but the "other woman" (even if she is an accidental one) should just send an anonymous note. Even that would help the wife, because it could help substantiate suspicions if she has had any towards him. In this situation, a note is the safest way to contact her, because that diminishes the possibility of anger and rage directed at HER. Once OP found out he was married, she should have gotten out of the way and broken off the relationship with the man. Period. Don't get involved in a couples marital conflict by showing up at their residence. That's just not wise. When OP found out, she should have become LESS visible, not MORE. I have a hunch OP was angry, jealous and curious about the wife, though she would never admit it on this forum. Well her emotional response to the problem came back to back to bite her, unfortunately. OP knows she is innocent, but she should have not tried to convince the man's wife of that. Even a woman who don't like their husband will run to their defense, simply because he is her husband.

The OP doesn't need to be directing anger and rage at anyone, unless she wants to be labeled as a drama seeking homewrecker. What happened to her was unfair, but that's how it is. There are legal consequences connected to expressing anger and rage to semi strangers and total strangers.
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