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My Cheating Heart
Infidelity. Cheating. It can weigh you down. If you've been unfaithful to a boyfriend, girlfriend, or spouse, you should know that confession is good for the soul.

Tell about what you did, when you did it, and who you did it with. Was it a neighbor? A co-worker? An in-law even? Maybe you had a lapse on a business trip, or you're maintaining a cyber-relationship. Heck, do you have multiple spouses? We want to know!
  • — My Cheating Heart —
    Posted by Anonymous

    i work in the factory type of job, and have been working with this guy for 2 years. We get along great, he is actually my boss. We work closely on alot of things, and have always talked about things. I had heard that he was the type that fooled around. He admitted to me that he had along time ago, but I thought that was long over. Boy, was I wrong. He always smiles at me, and people thought that something was going on between us, but it wsn't. But, we did wind up together at a party, and have been snicking around. We are both married, and I really enjoy sex with him. He has been married for 26 years, and me 15 years. I know that this is wrong, but its so good. We still get along with each other at work, and secretly talk about things when no one else is around. He usually is the one that brings everything up. I am lost at what to do.

    #1026 — Comments (1) — Sep 4, 2001 at 9:40 AM — That's Juicy! (2) Remove It.
  • — My Cheating Heart —
    Posted by Anonymous

    I met this guy at work. Normally, people don't phase me. I walk around in a fog. Don't notice anyone. But I noticed this guy notice me. And we noticed each other for about two days. And then I walked right up to him on day three and introduced myself. Just like that. He shook my hand. Big hands.

    He's beautiful.

    We talked, he asked me to lunch. I swooned. My heart soared. And then I told him timing really stinks for me right now and I can't have lunch with him. It still feels like cheating. Even if it technically isn't.

    #1022 — Comments (0) — Aug 26, 2001 at 9:15 PM — That's Juicy! (2) Remove It.
  • — My Cheating Heart —
    Posted by Anonymous

    I've been what I assumed was happily married for more than 10 years when I heard from an old boyfriend whom I had never forgotten about. To make a long story short , I hurt everyone that I love to recindle this love I have for him. In my confused state I have decided to repair my marriage, knowing I love my husband and fear the pain I'm causing my children.At the same time I know that I'm still confused about my true feelings and know I need professional help .

    #998 — Comments (3) — Jun 19, 2001 at 11:18 PM — That's Juicy! (0) Remove It.
  • — My Cheating Heart —
    Posted by Anonymous

    I discovered that I enjoy watching my wonderful wife have sex with other men. How can I find real people to talk to about this and maybe ask questions since we are very new at this. Are there news groups or something where we can go to tell stories and get advice? I don't mean made up stories. maybe another couple who have discovered the same thing and would like to talk about it. I'm not sure what my next moves should be to encourage my wife.

    #982 — Comments (9) — May 19, 2001 at 4:42 PM — That's Juicy! (15) Remove It.
  • — My Cheating Heart —
    Posted by Anonymous

    Okay, here's the laundry list of my cheating...

    one nighter #1: drunken night with a stranger
    one nighter #2: man 15 years older than me at a convention in PA
    short-term affair: met this guy at a karaoke bar, he was the best kisser I'd ever met, so I figured he'd be good at other things. This went on for an entire summer
    internet guy #1: this guy and I had cybersex several times, then agreed. We had sex in the front seat of his car in the Target parking lot in broad daylight. He had a great "unit," but he was a true "quickie"
    the security guy: I was working temp work and met a relatively cute guy who was working security. we got drunk together and had sex all night long.
    the guy who taught this class I attended: he was very sexy, bald but sexy. he came into town a year later and we hooked up. never heard from him again.
    my manager: I'd just started working for a very large company and had a very HOT boss. He and I hooked up after a concert one night.
    the really hot local politico: hooked up with someone in my local liberal party. single, good-looking... would definitely do him again
    my sister's 18-year old guy friend: total drunken 1-nighter. only made out.. didn't have sex.
    a really old local politico: a total drunken 1-nighter. again, only made out. no sex. good thing. I had on my beer goggles that night.
    at least 5 or 6 drunken 1-nighters when out with my best friend.
    a hot & heavy make-out session with a guy that I work with (no, not the manager)
    had sex with my best friend. HUGE mistake. broke both our hearts.
    got really drunk one night and had sex with this guy in his car in the parking lot of a local pub

    I need attention from men. I'm not sure what my deal is, but whenever a guy pays attention to me, compliments me, or makes sexual advances toward me, I am powerless to resist. I think I am a sexual addict. I feel that I am doomed to ruin my life. How do I stop this?

    #966 — Comments (10) — May 13, 2001 at 8:09 PM — That's Juicy! (19) Remove It.
  • — My Cheating Heart —
    Posted by Anonymous

    I have been cheating on my husband for almost three years now. It started out innocently enough, a drunken one-night stand. Then I began to need more. Not just the sex. I have realized that I need affection, affection that I am not getting in my marriage.

    I feel horrible about the whole thing, but I feel doomed to keep repeating the same mistakes. My husband is a wonderful man, very caring, very kind. He loves me more than life. The horrible thing is that I don't feel the same for him. I've grown and he has stayed the same. We've been together for 9 years, and during that time I've grown professionally/personally and he hasn't. He's boring to me now.

    I find myself searching for the "perfect" man all the time. I am not crazy enough to think that there's any such thing as a perfect man, but I really do want more than I have. I really want to find a professional man, a man who doesn't mind dressing up, going out dancing, and can mingle at my company functions. I want someone who wants to host nice dinner parties, and isn't intimidated by discussions of current events or politics. Perhaps I'm being shallow, but I prefer to credit this whole thing to my growth as an individual.

    I really need some advice on this one. I really think I should leave him and figure out exactly what I want. But the thought of being a divorced woman scares the hell out of me. Hopefully there are some people out there (nice people, not creeps) who can give me some direction. Thank you.

    #961 — Comments (20) — May 13, 2001 at 7:58 PM — That's Juicy! (4) Remove It.
  • — My Cheating Heart —
    Posted by Anonymous

    I'm so glad I found this site because I need to get this off my chest even though no one will ever know it is me (I hope!!!!)

    THere's this guy at work who I've been flirting with off and on for a year, ever since he started working here. We work in an office. I'm a secretary and he's a salesman. I'm married but he's not. I never thought anything about flirting, since it all seemed pretty innocent.

    Anyway, I guess he thought it was more than just flirting because the other day he called me into his office to grab some files. He lead me behind his door, which he left open, and once we were out of sight, he grabbed me and gave me the best kiss I think I've ever had. I tried to pull away, but really I didn't want to. He gently squeezed my breast, too, which sent shivers up my body.

    After a few seconds, I did break away, and quickly hurried out of his office, but not before I looked back at him and gave him a little smile.

    I have NO IDEA where I want this to go, but I'm sure he would like to take it further. I have no reason to cheat on my husband other than the pure great feeling that the attention would give me. I should probably tell him there's no way, but I'm still torn. Anyway, that's it for now. If anything does happen I'm sure I'll feel guilty as hell and have to come right on back here!

    #1009 — Comments (6) — Mar 24, 2001 at 8:03 AM — That's Juicy! (2) Remove It.
  • — My Cheating Heart —
    Posted by Anonymous

    I post regularly on this relationship board where I make up stories about my spouse abuscing me. I sit back and laugh at all the ((((hugs))))) and prayers coming my way. If only they knew, he he he he

    Just an afterthought, how many others out there are doing it?????

    #947 — Comments (13) — Mar 2, 2001 at 11:13 PM — That's Juicy! (1) Remove It. ( * )
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