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    Straight Female / 34

    I married a nice man from Ontario, Canada. I mean he is nice, a real nice man. I met him when he was doing a part time job after he got laid off. I have a college degree and worked in accounting. But I moonlighted as an escort. I never told him about my night life. In any event I let him date me and he is a good man with a good job, now we live in Chicago where I am looking for a job, not as an escort.

    I don't know how, or if, or what to do. I feel guilty about my past. I never did doing it, I started as a stripper in college and then a hooker for the club I stripped for, and after I got out of college I picked up money working as an escort. I worked for a lady that my boss at the club referred me to. My clients will never be the type of men that my husband will ever meet. And I have a pretty good memory, if they even got close I will shut it down.

    My husband was married when he was younger but they never had kids. He talks about kids. I never thought I would ever have kids. I am young enough, but my past isn't really about having kids. I don't kid myself, in college I was an outright stripper and whore, that's why I don't have any student debt. And escorting is the same thing, you go out to let a guy have sex with you for money. It's good money, even after the split with the escort service. I own the condo I lived in when I met my husband. It is rented it out now, and I will sell it to use for a down payment for buying a house with him. I told him I got the money to buy it from my grandfather when he passed away. Another big lie.

    That is what I came here to say, to practice telling the truth. I can't believe how guilty I feel now about how I got through college or made money on the side while I was working. I confessed to a priest, I was a Catholic growing up, but all I got was the forgiveness thing if I do penance. It's my husband that I fell guilty about not telling him. I am crying right now because I don't want him to ditch me.

    #40658 — Comments (2) — Jul 2, 2018 at 11:59 AM — That's Juicy! (3) Remove This.
  • 1
    Use your mind, grow up and let the past die. Why live in a past you don't like? What we all really have is the present moment yet we often allow the past and imagined future to destroy the quality of our lives.
    17 days ago
  • 2
    you didn't do anything wrong

    live your life
    16 days ago

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