I am a well-respected Church going, middle aged woman. I recently discovered that my husband had been entertaining the company of younger females. I was definitely not happy with that. My old rooster was for my henhouse only and my henhouse only and I was not about to let any stray fowls mark my territory. After I confronted this little ol’ foot of a man about his activities he simply told me that a woman must know her place in a relationship. I didn’t argue with him I simply told him that I wouldn’t bother him again.
To jump straight into the point I recently brought a new rooster into my coup and I am dying for him to catch wind of it. When he confronts me about it, I’ll simply shrug it off and let him know that whatever a man sows is what he’ll also reap!
Now McKoy, tell me, do you think I am wrong for handling the situation the way I did? Do you think I should feel any remorse for my actions when he didn’t? After all, revenge is a dish best served cold.
I am not sure I can sit here and ignore the fact that you said you’re a well-respected church woman. If your husband is cheating on you and you confronted him I believe you have one of two choices, you can either stay and be a fool or go and keep your pride and dignity.
You’ve instead chosen to go against what the Bible says. You’ve chosen to fight fire with fire!
I don’t agree with what your husband has done to you but you’ve made it all bad for yourself. You had your right and gave it away.
Don’t get me wrong, I’m not judging you! Nobody’s perfect but there is a thin line between right and wrong.
I believe you need to come clean to your pastor and pray for forgiveness. You’re responsible for your own spiritual well-being so don’t worry about what your husband is doing.