Chat with young married adults

But try your best with your wife to sort things out or leave her with her dignity about a relationship that just didn't work rather than the shame of having married a cheater...

after all, sometimes a relationship just doesn't work for whatever reasons and it's not fair to ruin the other person for it.

Did you think of yourself as a cheater when you married her?? I'm sure this is not where either one of you wanted to be when you said your vows.

Check it again, I am looking to chat with other women AND MEN who may be in a similar situation.I never was and can't see me ever becoming a cheater.But you don't know the hell I live or why I put up with it.Plentyoffish dating forums are a place to meet singles and get dating advice or share dating experiences etc.Hopefully you will all have fun meeting singles and try out this online dating thing... Act like a man and talk to your wife, she deserves that ,about the problems in your relationship and find a solution through counselling and if that doesn't work then get a divorce.

Remember that we are the largest free online dating service, so you will never have to pay a dime to meet your soulmate. Don't go behind the woman's back cheating on her and sleeping with someone else. If you are seriously unhappy in your marriage, why stay??I am a faily young married guy, who has been unhappy for years. If the relationship isn't going anywhere it may be time for a split. I can't imagine being the wife of a man who doesn't want me.Call me a wuss but I am unsure of what to do and have never let on anything was wrong to my wife, although she has got to sense something. Well, dude, I can't say I agree with what you want. That may sound cruel but it's better than ****ing around on your wife. Not to pick on you, but if it wasn't meant to be for you and you aren't happy, you both deserve to try your best or move on.I originally came here in hopes of finding a married women in a simiar situation willing to chat and vent. If you aren't trying your best for you both you aren't doing yourself any justice. when there are problems in your marriage the WORST thing you can do is turn outside your marriage for answers.Is anyone else in here in a similar situation or have been in this situation and can offer advice? She is the one in the "similar situation " that will have more answers than anybody else . You'll end up creating a triangle of deception that will make you even more miserable in the end.Maybe you could take her to a pre Valentine's brunch . I wish you the best of luck figuring out your problems, it's not an easy place to be.