Lawanda Keene Arkansas Arkansas

My husband and I had been married 20 years, we had 2 children and I thought a good marriage. He introduced me to “the homewrecker” and told me she was his cousin on his Dad’s side. My husband worked with “homewreckers” husband. As time went on we would go to their house and play cards, have cook-outs, invite them dancing, and we would keep their children for them. “The homewrecker “& her husband got a divorce because he drank a lot. After they divorced we still included her in our family outings. I had a few thoughts that something was going on with my husband and her, but I would push it out of my mind, after all she was his”cousin”. || Anyway, time went on and she stopped coming around as much and my husband was pulling away. I went to see “the homewrecker” as she was my hairdresser also, when I was there I asked how she was doing and she said “she had went to lunch with someone and kissed him and that she really liked him but nothing would

My husband and I had been married 20 years, we had 2 children and I thought a good marriage. He introduced me to “the homewrecker” and told me she was his cousin on his Dad’s side. My husband worked with “homewreckers” husband. As time went on we would go to their house and play cards, have cook-outs, invite them dancing, and we would keep their children for them. “The homewrecker “& her husband got a divorce because he drank a lot. After they divorced we still included her in our family outings. I had a few thoughts that something was going on with my husband and her, but I would push it out of my mind, after all she was his”cousin”. || Anyway, time went on and she stopped coming around as much and my husband was pulling away. I went to see “the homewrecker” as she was my hairdresser also, when I was there I asked how she was doing and she said “she had went to lunch with someone and kissed him and that she really liked him but nothing would come of this.” I asked why? and she said it just “could not. “ After a while I told her I thought something was going on with my husband and she put her hand on my knee and told me” you are just being paranoid”. After a few months of my husband not telling me he loved me and being distant I asked him if he loved me and he said”no”. I told him I could not take it anymore and I moved out. Our daughter was due to get married in August and “the homewrecker” was to do her hair for the wedding. The bridal party was meeting in June to have fittings and the”family reunion”. On the way to the fitting, I told my daughter that I thought something was going on with “the homewrecker” and her Dad. My niece was in the back seat and said she did not know who she was until Uncle “ POS” had brought her to Kansas when she was sick. He had taken her to Kansas with him, but could not take our daughter to see her cousin that they did not know if she would live. After that conversation my daughter called her Dad and he denied everything, so I called “the homewrecker”… she said that yes they had been seeing each other. I asked her how she could do this to me I thought you and I were friends, she replied” you and I have never been Friends”. || Long story short, they are now married and have a daughter who is 1 year younger than our granddaughter and they have another one due around the same time our 3rd grandchild is due. We have been divorced going on 5 years this August. The part that hurts the most is she knew I was married after all she would go on family trips and spent a lot of time with us. She would tell me”how lucky I was to have a man like him”. I did not know she had plans to take him. I don’t blame just her, he is a POS and deserves as much hell as her. Women need to stick together and not try to tear each other apart. || Anyway, I am doing well, still do not have a man in my life and I am very standoffish with”female” friends. I would have to say I don’t trust women and that’s sad…we should have each others backs. She should have come to me as soon as he made a pass at her, but her excuse was” Christians get tempted too”. I told her yes we do, but that’s when you pray and seek wisdom from your church. With this being said I pray that women out there will start standing up for their”sisters” we have to stick together.

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