#infidelity

A man was almost driven to violence when his wife cheated - how can he move on, and learn to love again?

Philosopher Stefan Molyneux excavates the true roots of violence, and promotes MAXIMUM RESPONSIBILITY as the best way to advance in life.

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2 months ago

Normally I wouldn't post something from a gossip site, but I find this very relevant when it comes to all of the other shady deeds of the Biden family.
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"Just days before Joe Biden was named the official Democratic nominee for the 2020 presidential election, Jill Biden's former husband, Bill Stevenson, came forward and claimed that Joe is the reason for the demise of his marriage.

During an exclusive interview with the Daily Mail in mid-August 2020, Stevenson, founder of The Stone Balloon Tavern and Concert Hall in Newark, Delaware, spoke candidly about his own marriage to Jill and even alleged that the story the Bidens recount about how they first met is nothing more than a sham. Stevenson claimed to the publication,

"I don't want to hurt anyone. But facts are facts and what happened, happened. [...] I genuinely don't want to harm Jill's chances of becoming First Lady. She would make an excellent First Lady — but this is my story."

He also said he has plans to publish a 300-page book, but is adamant that he's only designated a mere 80 pages of the book to his marriage to Jill. So, what exactly does Stevenson claim went on behind his back? And is he still resentful of the Bidens?

Stevenson claimed to the tabloid that both he and his then-wife, Jill, helped Joe Biden secure his senate seat during his first election in 1972. The Delaware businessman said,

"Jill and I sat in the Bidens' kitchen. We worked on his campaign. I gave $10,900 to his first campaign — in cash."

According to Stevenson, he initially intended on supporting Republican Senator and rumored shoo-in, J. Caleb Boggs, but that all changed after the two had a falling-out. He recalled,

"I had a disagreement with Boggs over corruption in Delaware and he told me: 'Get out of my office. Go work for that joke Biden,' who was then at only about 20 percent in the polls."

During that time, Biden was married to his first wife, Neilia. Tragically, after securing the Senate seat, Neilia and the couple's 1-year-old daughter, Naomi, died in a horrific car accident. The couple also shared two older sons: Hunter, a lawyer and investment advisor, and former Attorney General of Delaware Beau Biden, who died after a battle with brain cancer in 2015.

During the interview with the Daily Mail, Stevenson revealed he had his suspicions all along about his wife and the charming politician. Stevenson claimed,

"I know exactly when it was. Bruce Springsteen was going to play at The Stone Balloon and I had to go to Northern New Jersey to pay him in advance. I asked Jill to go with me and she said no — she had things to do, she had to look after Joe's kids, Beau and Hunter. It was kind of a big deal to go meet Springsteen. I had no idea she and Joe were that kind of friendly."

Stevenson said his suspicions were further confirmed when one of Jill's friends confided in him, stating that she thought Jill and Joe, quote, "were getting a little too close." However, it was in October of 1974 when things came to a head for Stevenson and his wife. He explained,

"I was at work and a guy came in and asked: 'Do you own a brown Corvette?' I said, 'Yes, it's my wife's car.' He said back in May it had crunched his bumper and they told him to get an estimate and he never heard back from them. I said: 'Wait a minute. Who is 'they'?' And he said: 'Funnily enough, Senator Biden was driving.'"

According to Stevenson, after that, he asked Jill to leave their home and she did. The marriage was over.

But not so fast — if you asked both Joe and Jill Biden, they remember how they met very differently. According to the Daily Mail, the Bidens claim that after Joe was widowed, it just so happened that he and his brother, Frank, were strolling through the Wilmington airport when Joe fixed his eyes on a blonde in an ad. The story goes that Joe pointed to the girl in the picture and told his brother that was the kind of girl he would like to date, to which his brother replied, "Why don't you then? I know her," and then gave Joe her phone number.

Jill further corroborated that story in her 2019 autobiography, claiming that Joe called her up out of the blue and asked her out. She initially declined the invitation because she had a date scheduled with someone else, but Joe only grew more persistent, claiming he was only in town one night. She eventually accepted, and the rest is history.

While there definitely appears to be some discrepancy around how the Bidens sparked their romance, Bill Stevenson admitted he understands why Joe fell for Jill, saying,

"I considered Joe a friend. I'm not surprised he fell in love with Jill. Everyone who meets Jill falls in love with her immediately. It's hard not to." Watch the video to learn The Real Reason Jill Biden Got Divorced!"

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4 months, 2 weeks ago

I am reaching out to you today because I've had an issue that neither myself nor a few past experiences with a professional have been able to resolve. When I was in my last two years of high school, I dated a girl for about one and a half years. She was the first girl I had ever dated. She had a wonderful family, something I was not so fortunate to come from, and an especially wonderful father whom I respect much in the same way I respect you. The time came for the both of us to go off to college, and towards the end of that same month on the morning of my birthday (my birthday is towards the end of September) she called me over the phone and stretched out breaking up with me over a 14 hour span. Yes, 14 full hours. I later realized this was done to be sadistic and I had been used as a social trophy throughout the relationship.

I was a young dupe and didn't know I should've had the self respect to hang up the phone in the first 10 minutes, so I sat there and took it. I learned a few days later I had been cheated on with the new person she was with and was absolutely devastated. She posted a photo with him on her instagram less than 2 weeks later and on the other profiles of hers I had not unfollowed yet, she bragged about how wonderful college was. I then realized in the following months I had been in an emotionally abusive relationship, and that this person was never the person they had portrayed themselves to be, and the red flags of the past started to come out.

I have since moved on, dated other people, continued my education in engineering, and worked to enrich myself with new friends, hobbies, and aspirations which I feel very fulfilled by. I do not miss this person in the slightest, however I worry the experience of that level of betrayal and deception from someone I was very much so in love with has damaged me on a subconscious level. To clarify, this incident, which is already fairly trivial in the grand scheme of someone's life, occurred almost two years ago. I haven't spoken to this person in years, and I never intend to ever again. However, on at least a daily basis, I have experienced intrusive thoughts regarding being betrayed by this person, abandonment, or a wave of anger against both her and the person she had been cheating on me with. Also, many other elements which even loosely relate to the incident itself can bring out emotional flashbacks from this incident, or any of the intrusive thoughts or feelings I had just mentioned. They strangely also arise when I am having difficulty through something, say a difficult calculus problem with a step I'm stuck on. I have also noticed I have become emotionally numb to almost everything except the actual thoughts themselves, and have been caught off guard with the stoicism I have shown towards people I have dated and even just been friends with since. There's a 'disconnect' if that makes any sense.

Back in March I had spoken to a psychiatrist to not much avail. I was told there was nothing he could do to stop the thoughts, and when I told him I was worried there was some form of emotional trauma from the incident, I was told that I needed to have been in a life or death situation to have been traumatized. I stopped seeing him after three meetings when he finally told me directly there was nothing he could do, and I have been out of any sort of office in the months since.

I am now completely conscious of the fact these thoughts are causing me significant unnecessary stress and anxiety, as well as acting as a weight which serves to make certain tasks harder and more draining. I figured they would eventually go away on their own, but the fact this has gone on for two full years is not normal and I need to figure out the source and knock it out at the root.

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4 months, 3 weeks ago

Book review of Women's Infidelity: Living In Limbo: What Women Really Mean When They Say "I'm Not Happy" – by Michelle Langley,June 1, 2005, 200 pages.

Author’s website: https://womensinfidelity.com/

Perfect example: Better Bachelor - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_8mtUGIeQ9g

Rollo Tomassi – Why Men Don’t Get Women - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G8p2evmjFGE

Dr Diana Fleischman - We Evolved to Manipulate - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_YmTPATEArM

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7 months, 2 weeks ago

Book review of Women's Infidelity: Living In Limbo: What Women Really Mean When They Say "I'm Not Happy" – by Michelle Langley,June 1, 2005, 200 pages.

Author’s website: https://womensinfidelity.com/

Perfect example: Better Bachelor - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_8mtUGIeQ9g

Rollo Tomassi – Why Men Don’t Get Women - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G8p2evmjFGE

Dr Diana Fleischman - We Evolved to Manipulate - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_YmTPATEArM

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7 months, 2 weeks ago

Originally uploaded May, 2018.

8 months, 3 weeks ago

...How to End Your Confusion and Move Forward

This is my in-depth review of this book, which captivated me from beginning to end. The author is a woman, and needless to say I don't agree with everything she wrote. But this book explains female nature and behavior with such clarity that you can't help but think that the world would be a better place if both men and women would read it and begin living consciously. If we live our lives and go about our relationships with greater awareness of ourselves, we could probably save each other a lot of grief.

I am not as optimistic as Michelle in this lofty goal, as I'm a firm believer of AWALT (All Women Are Like That, i.e., all women are the same, and are evil) but perhaps it is worth striving for nonetheless.

This book delves into the female side of relationship problems and the concept of limbo, which essentially means intentional indecision.

Contrary to the widespread doctrine of WAW (Women Are Wonderful), women contribute greatly to the issues that are common in relationships. Surely there is a reason they initiate 70+ percent of divorces...

Intro- 00:00 - 07:00
The Rest of Chapter 3 (I Love Him, But I'm Not "in" Love with Him)- 7:01 - 15:26
Chapter 4 (The Stages of Limbo)- 15:27 - 24:24
Chapter 5 (Wiggling Their Way Out)- 24:25 - 27:59
Chapter 6 (The Seven Steps to Breaking Out of Limbo)- 28:00 - 34:59
Chapter 7 (Commitment and Purpose)- 35:00 - END

1 year, 8 months ago

...How to End Your Confusion and Move Forward

This is my in-depth review of this book, which captivated me from beginning to end. The author is a woman, and needless to say I don't agree with everything she wrote. But this book explains female nature and behavior with such clarity that you can't help but think that the world would be a better place if both men and women would read it and begin living consciously. If we live our lives and go about our relationships with greater awareness of ourselves, we could probably save each other a lot of grief.

I am not as optimistic as Michelle in this lofty goal, as I'm a firm believer of AWALT (All Women Are Like That, i.e., all women are the same, and are evil) but perhaps it is worth striving for nonetheless.

This book delves into the female side of relationship problems and the concept of limbo, which essentially means intentional indecision.

Contrary to the widespread doctrine of WAW (Women Are Wonderful), women contribute greatly to the issues that are common in relationships. Surely there is a reason they initiate 70+ percent of divorces...

Intro- 00:00 - 03:00
Chapter 1 (Getting Clear)- 3:00 - 15:15
Chapter 2 (The Other Side of the Story)- 15:16 - 42:48
Part of Chapter 3 (I Love Him, But I'm Not "in" Love with Him)- 42:49 - END

1 year, 8 months ago