posted on Mar, 30 2012 @ 03:42 AM
reply to post by antinwo101
Huh, I've been there, and I understand the immediate desire for brutal revenge.
That being said, there's a line from a song that always stuck with me (though I can't remember the name of the song itself):
"In the end revenge sends ends to the defendant."
As much as it is not what you may want to hear now, Boncho has been speaking some wisdom... revenge backfires.
I had an ex that cheated on me, and as hard as it was and as much as it destroyed my life at the time, I let it go and moved on. 8 years later, she
searched me out. Her life was in the crapper, mine was fully awesome. That was a long time to wait for any kind of revenge, and I never wished her any
real harm, but seeing her realize what she had missed out on was more fulfilling that anything I could have done immediately. It's cliche, and not
what you probably want to hear, but it's true:
"The best revenge is living well."
Oh, and tell the husband. He deserves to know.