On Reddit’s r/relationship_advice thread, a lady recounted how she discovered her husband’s affair. The OP stated that she discovered pricey women’s glasses on her kitchen counter and that her husband and oldest son had lied to her when she questioned about them.
According to OP’s explanation, her husband claimed to have spoken with another woman on a matter in which he said that the other woman was far superior to his wife. “I told him it was completely unnecessary and hurtful to compare her to me in order to compliment her,” the original poster said. He said that I was being irrational and envious and that his words had no real meaning. He said nothing more about it after that, so I gave it up.
The OP discovered pricey women’s glasses in the kitchen the following day. She questioned her husband and her oldest son about who the glasses belonged to as she was picking them up, but they both gave false answers: her husband said he didn’t know, and his oldest son claimed the glasses belonged to his buddy Allison.
Then, OP said that she would give the glasses back to her because she didn’t think a child should own such pricey eyewear.
The original poster stated, “I spoke with Alison’s mother, and she confirmed that those weren’t Alison’s sunglasses, and that neither she nor her daughter owned them.”
She said, “My son went from saying that he could’ve sworn they were Alison’s to well maybe not maybe I don’t know who’s they are,” after discussing the glasses once again with her husband and oldest son. My spouse then mentioned that he could recall taking the sunglasses out of our son’s backpack while he was preparing his lunch.
Her youngest kid claimed the following day that he had identified the glasses and that they belonged to Noelle, the person her husband had made comparisons to. He also complemented her on the meal.
When the OP heard it, her heart skipped a beat. She stated, “My husband has not realized they are hers; he thought they were mine, which is why he didn’t move them,” after confronting him when he returned home from work. My oldest son lied about them since he knew right away whose they were. He was trying to hide from me since he knew I was going to find out everything.
As OP returned the glasses to their owner, Noelle, she learned that her husband had lied to Noelle that with his wife, they were on the brink of separation. OP wrote, “She looked really confused and told me why would I care if we were separated anyway?”
Then she talked with her, and both of the women were devastated to know that the husband had lied to them both.
After OP confronted with her husband, he stated that he was not sure of his feelings, and when he figure it out that if they were real against Noelle, he would tell the truth to his wife, and he was afraid to lose her.
Then OP kicked him out, and Noelle left him too, after they learned about his lies. OP stated that she is on the process of divorce, and she will never communicate with him, except through their lawyers.
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