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If you know your dad is cheating on your mom, would you tell your mom?
Posted 8/25/16
Or vice versa: If you know your mom is cheating on your dad, would you tell your dad?

What would you do in this situation?

Maybe you would confront the situation first before revealing to other parent?

Or would you keep it a secret and let them find out on their own?

So, what would you do?
Posted 8/25/16
Gotta sit them down, and make sure they're the ones to confess.
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Posted 8/25/16
Hypothetically, I would confront my dad with one hell of a long talk. Realistically, I can't see this happening.
Posted 8/25/16
My parents split up before I was born, so I don't know.
Posted 8/25/16
bad memories
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Posted 8/25/16
Yikes! Awkward!
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Posted 8/25/16 , edited 8/26/16
If you know that your father is cheating on your mother. Remember that this is more of an issue with a husband and wife. So it is a pretty delicate situation you are in. However since he is your father, you have every right to be concerned. (I'm going to assume its your father). I don't know what evidence you have, and I won't ask. But I do assume you have pretty solid evidence.

Don't Confront your father with your evidence, because he would most likely deny it and try to convince you whatever you saw was a misunderstanding. But find a good time and place to sit down with him and talk to him in person. Lay down the facts about what you know how you feel about this betrayal.. Be frank.

Suggest that your father seeks marriage counseling, because hiding a lie like this is like cancer and it will hurt a LOT more he doesn't control himself.

If you're still lost, you are free to google more advice online it does seem to be good advice. I pretty much copied and pasted this from another site.

http://visihow.com/Tell_Your_Dad_You_Know_He's_Cheating_on_Your_Mom
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Posted 8/25/16 , edited 8/28/16
i would do nothing
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Posted 8/25/16
I would definitely say something! I would tell the parent who is being cheated on about it. If I had evidence, I would show it. It would be beyond painful for everyone in the family, but it would be just as horrible to know something like that and keep it s secret while my parent is being played for a fool.
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Posted 8/25/16
You should rip the band-aid off and have your parents and their mistresses engage in a battle royale to decide who is right and true.
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Posted 8/25/16
That would never happen with my parents, but if it did I would make sure my dad was there with me when I told my mom. After that Im not sure if I would participate or just leave them to talk it out.
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Posted 8/25/16
I would find the person my mom or dad was cheating with and let them know that if they ever came near my family again that I would annihilate them. Then I would let the cheating parent know that I know, and that I am thoroughly disappointed in them. Luckily for me my parents were smart enough to divorce when I was young since they couldn't stand to be with each other. ^_^
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Posted 8/25/16

Naxuda wrote:

I would find the person my mom or dad was cheating with and let them know that if they ever came near my family again that I would annihilate them. Then I would let the cheating parent know that I know, and that I am thoroughly disappointed in them. Luckily for me my parents were smart enough to divorce when I was young since they couldn't stand to be with each other. ^_^


I don't see why, considering your parent would be allowing it n the first place, I think the parent should be the one to be spoken to first.

Anyways, I'd talk to both parents about it and lose respect for the one who was cheating.

Being in a situation like this would suck though
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Posted 8/25/16
It depends on how much money he has. if he's rich and the family lives in a luxury, NO. but if mom is the one making everyone rich and dad is just a po po man, YES! tell on his a##.
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Posted 8/25/16
I would do nothing too. It's his mistake, if it even is one in this case, to make.

I might talk to him about it though, just to learn why and let him vent. I'd make it clear to him that I -don't- plan to take action, and just want to understand.

I really think we shouldn't treat cheating like mass murder of toddlers, like many people essentially do. It isn't an actual crime in our society for a reason.
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