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My dad cheated. Again.

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Madison307

Madison307

Oh my word, even writing this hurts. When I was 9 years old, my parents divorced. Though I didn’t find out until years later, they divorced because my dad cheated on my mom over the Internet. Fast forward five years, and my dad is married to an amazing woman. I have absolutely no doubt that he loves her and she loves him. However, I’ve been seeing very inappropriate messages from names of women I don’t know pop up on my dad’s phone. I’ve also seen him use the Kik messenger app quite a lot. I’m almost positive he’s cheating again. I want to confront him about this, but I don’t know how. This is the man I’ve trusted for fourteen years. When I was being emotionally abused at my mother’s house, he was the first person I called. What should I do?

October 16, 2015 at 22:07
ArtiseyDisneyGal

ArtiseyDisneyGal

Honestly I’d just say pray. That’s the one thing that helps. I’m sure you’ve been doing this but read bible verses, cast out those ungody feelings out of your dad. Get some bible verses and pray them over your dad.
I hope I wasn’t too late to help!

I’ll be praying!

December 4, 2015 at 21:49
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Hey, I think I’m a bit too late but I hope it helps anyway
I have been in your situation, in fact my parents got divorced because my dad was cheating on my mom, and it wasn’t the first time he did it either. I know the hurt because the whole ordeal affected me emotionally. I love my dad- I’m a daddy’s girl but I still loathed what he did.
As Artisey said above the best thing to do is pray because that really is the only thing that works-trust me. Ironically I’m fourteen years old while reading this. I’ll be 15 next month . I trusted my dad but believe it or not after things like this repeat I don’t trust him the same way anymore. Do one thing though, pray about it -I cannot overemphasize this.
Lastly even though your dad did that before- if it turn out that your suspicion was true then stand with him because what I’ve noticed is that people end up alone because of bad choices,so be there for him- not condoning what he did but at least letting him know that he is not alone in the world. Confront him about it in a respectful way and hold him accountable for his actions.Throughout all this, stay close to God and be in constant prayer about the situation.
You will be in my prayers.

March 10, 2016 at 12:03
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