The fallout from an affair can be pretty harsh. But if you're the "other woman (or man)", are you just getting what's fair? This marriage and life coach takes a look at revenge website and explore just what "fair" really means.
When Elle Zober's husband left her for a 22-year-old woman, she decided to reveal his infidelity to the neighbors on their "For Sale" sign.
Romantic dinners, candlelight and champagne tend to go hand in hand with Valentine's Day. Traditionally, this is one of the busiest seasons for winemakers. Whether it's champagne, red or white wine, couples across the world celebrate their relationships with a clink of the glasses.
According to one friend of Adam Lanza, he was excruciatingly shy as a teenager. If you have ever felt shy, embarrassed or humiliated in public, or the victim of cruel teasing or ostracism in your peer group, you know the feeling. Multiply that memory of the pain of shame by a power of 10 or 20 and make it last for years and we might be able to understand a craving for revenge that could overwhelm reason.
We've all experienced it: the breakup hunger strike, a.k.a the revenge diet. Sometimes, you're so upset that you can't even stomach the thought of eating, nevermind actually do it. Other times, you think the best way to get back at the person who devastated you is to drop a ton of weight and look fabulous. After all, they say that happiness is the best revenge, right?
There's an article going around right now entitled "Sometimes I Get Really Annoyed That My Exes Haven't Just Freaking Died." I thought maybe this was an isolated example and everyone would be all "lady, that is not a very healthy perspective..."
Being a private investigator puts me in constant contact with couples dealing with infidelity – usually from the unenviable standpoint of being the person to break the bad news to the wronged partner. I’ve seen every reaction in the book, from shock and hurt, to anger and occasionally even relief. Then there are those who don’t get mad, but get even.
Are you ever ugly? I don't mean ugly looking. I don't mean having one of those days when it's not in your best interests to be seen publically. I don't mean wearing ugly clothes or being born with ugly toes. I mean do you ever catch yourself thinking thoughts or feeling feelings that cause you to behave in an ugly manner? Let's define ugly for a minute...
A scorned dentist is facing jail time after surgically removing all of her ex-boyfriend's teeth after he dumped her, authorities in London said.
Revenge is sometimes said to be sweet. If you're dealing with the anger, outrage and hurt that can occur after your partner had an affair, you may be craving that purported “sweetness.” In fact, the idea of acting out in a revenge-ful way may even seem to make you feel less helpless and more powerful.
Who is your favorite "Hunger Games" character? What does Don Draper look for in a lady? A lady gets a wedding do-over. Postponing a wedding for a lizard. Taking a porn actress to the prom. Bachelor party must-haves. Is paying for sex always wrong? Is revenge cheating okay? What if you're more sexual than your guy? What do guys really think about after having sex? Saying goodbye really hurts. And, how to let him/her down easy.
When someone hurts you or offends you in some way, do you have a hard time letting it go? Do you hold grudges against these people for a long time, even though you'd just like to move on? How Do I Avoid Making The Same Mistakes In New Relationships? In this video, Therapist, Author and YourTango Expert Dr. Bonnie Weil helps a reader who has the tendency of holding such grudges against anyone who has ever hurt her. She says it affects everything she does and she doesn't want it to ruin her new relationship.
It warms my heart that after having their engagement unceremoniously broken off by Bears quarterback Jay Cutler, and suffering the humiliation of an ill-timed wedding photo shoot, Kristin Cavallari is doing so well.