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Did anyone see the last 20/10 episode about the murder suici

Did anyone see the last 20/20 episode about the murder suicide infidelity story? Wife shot the OW then killed herself after a long self investigation she conducted to prove her husband of 24 years was cheating. The husband went on to blame his wife and said she had mental illness.... Serious! Her mental illness was brought on by his infidelity trauma he inflicted on her..... OMG how cold can he be to go on public TV and blame his wife for what he did wrong.

Infidelity is ugly , dirty and inflicts trauma that is so unpredictable . Infidelity trauma never is healed only mask itself away forever.

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[252785]
Sep 11

R U kidding me? I lived it. My husband would tell me I imagined the neighbors were acting like they knew him and I'd hear him at their house, then he'd say I needed help because I was crazy. When that didn't work, he'd say it was a conspiracy of an entire town of 500,000 people. That all the women there were trying to convince me he knew them and was flirting with them when clearly he was. Then later he answered some emails to me in a way that seemed again he was trying to prove I was crazy and so I figured out he was probably forwarding them to his family or someone as evidence I was "crazy again. So I looked into the legalities and I found out the reason he did it is because it's a way to get out of paying alimony if you can prove your ex was crazy before you met them and that they tricked you they were sane and you can get an annulment that way without any statute of limitations.

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[1395]
Sep 11

@Scat Can someone explain to me why they think that way when clearly its all their doing. I don't get mine made me think that one it wasn't happening two I was falsely accusing him and that u hurt him tremendously.

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[252785]
Sep 11

@howlong, I heard a marriage expert on YouTube saying it is very common for a cheater to deny and gas light their spouse. The reason is they just don't want to be caught. It's common sense that would be their reason. So that's why I knew my husband didn't want to stop at that time. Now he wants counseling and stuff but still denies he was cheating, but now I think his reasons are cuz he's afraid I'll divorce him and have Bible grounds for divorce in the church. He doesn't want to face the ramifications of his actions. But he's also a narc and narcs gas light regardless. However according to that expert she said even if a person isn't a narc (NPD) it's common for a person having an affair to gas light their spouse.

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