Whisper

FREE - On Google Play

"I accused my boyfriend of cheating on me. I was wrong and he left me."
Most relationships never sail through smooth waters the whole time and are often met with very stormy obstacles. For instance: finding out you've been cheating on is never pleasant. There's a mixture of sadness, anger, and frustration and it can cause you to do terrible things you may regret. We're all taught the old adage of what happens when "we assume" things and it never ends well. So when you find out that your partner committing adultery was nothing but a figment rippling through your mind, are you able to admit you were wrong?

Is it too late to take it all back?

1
I accused my wife of cheating but I was being paranoid, and it cost me everything!

Things aren't going so well.

2
I had a mental breakdown 2 years ago when I thought my wife was cheating. (She wasn't) Now she has a new best friend and I can feel myself spiraling again. I'm thinking of leaving her.

Whoops.

3
I cheated on one of my ex girlfriends. I broke up with her because I thought she was cheating first. Trying to get her back now.

You know what happens when you assume...

4
When I was with my long distance girlfriend I broke up with her because I thought she was cheating behind my back. I finally believe that she wasn't and now she won't return my calls.

Don't be so quick to make judgements.

5
I told my boyfriend I cheated on him because I thought he was cheating on me. Turns out, he had been taking after school tutoring classes cause he's failing. Oops.

Try talking things out before making any bold moves.

6
My wife was talking to a dude, I thought she was cheating.
So I cheated on her, turns out, the guy was gay and she buying something online from him.
Loading...