Is infidelity worth losing your life?
A women finds her long lost boyfriend from high school on Facebook and starts talking to him again. They both are married and have children. They decide to meet to catch up. This is the beginning of the end for one of them.
Even though it’s been more than 10 years when they meet again, they decide they still have feelings for one another. Instead of going back to their spouses to discuss their feelings to try to resolve the issues in their marriage, they decide to have an affair.
After an affair that lasts about a year, they decide to leave their spouse and marry each other. However, when the woman goes home to tell her husband, he becomes enraged and kills her.
The Effects of Infidelity
This situation could have turned out differently, the husband could have went out to kill his wife’s boyfriend, or could have killed himself. The cheating wife’s boyfriend could have killed her husband. Murder could happen to anyone and no one knows who is capable of killing.
The woman surely never thought her husband was going to kill her or she would have approached the situation differently. Listen, betrayal produces a wrath like no other; even the purest of people could possibly be pushed to kill.
Could murder have been avoided? Absolutely. I’m willing to bet that if she had approached her husband before she had the affair and told him that she wasn’t happy, then he wouldn’t have killed her. She could have voiced her concern over the marriage, tried to work on it and if it didn’t get better, she could have exited the marriage with her life. Instead, she exited the marriage without her life.
So what’s the moral of this story? It’s just another reason why you shouldn’t commit adultery. Do you really know that your spouse won’t kill you? Do you know that the one you’re cheating with won’t kill you or your spouse?
How do you know for sure?
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