Affair and Cheating

“Having another woman in one’s life is part of success,” her husband reasoned

Her husband had always been a sex demon so it was a relief when he had to go to another city for work. But then his visits started reducing even more...
husband with another woman

An arranged marriage that seemed to be perfect

She was distraught. How could this have happened? Tears rolled down her cheeks as she packed her bags, throwing in whatever she could lay her hands on. While she had all along known that Ramesh, her husband, was a flirt, a harmless flirt at that, his inappropriate liaison with a woman was too much for her to swallow. Picking up her bags, she had a last look at the house which had been her second home for past two years, turned around slowly and descended the steps towards the cab in the driveway. The cab driver came forward, took the bags from her, and placed them in the boot of the sedan. Anita quietly sat in the rear seat lost in thoughts. A query from the driver, “Shall we move, madam?” brought her back to the present time. She nodded and the driver drove away towards the airport.

Anita was a beautiful girl belonging to an upper middle-class family of Punjab. She belonged to a very close-knit family. Her early life was spent mostly in the erstwhile Punjab of the undivided India, now in Pakistan. She had four siblings, the youngest being almost ten years her junior. She had barely completed her college studies when tragedy struck the family in the form of her father’s death. Her mother was a very proud and upright lady and refused any financial help from any member of her late husband’s family. Being the eldest in the family, Anita’s young shoulders had to bear the burden of supporting the family. She trained to be a Montessori teacher and got a job in the local school.

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  2. I know my comment could possibly receive a backlash but I believe in forgiveness, granted if the person is equally remorseful. Her reason of rejecting him is justified. He did wrong and he acted like a total d*ck when she confronted him of the affair. Cheating is not justified. But humans are flawed. They commit terrible mistakes, hurt people but I believe improvement is when they truly realise their mistakes, repent on it and don’t do it again. It was the husband’s fault but there is no doubt that both of them have suffered during their separation. The husband lost not only his wife but his children as well which was a huge loss enough to realize his mistakes. While the wife lost him and the children lost their father. There was a huge loss from both sides. I really think the woman should have given him a chance atleast. I couldn’t be cold enough to ignore his call after such a long time if I was her. I’m not saying to jump on his arms and accept him like nothing happened. It hurts and it’s not easy. Talk to him or consult yourself to a marriage counselor but atleast give a small try. Life is given to us once. There are two possibilities. Either both of them will lead a broken life away from each other or the woman would eventually let him into his life to become a happy family again. It won’t happen right away, infact it would take months or year but it could be possible if the husband is truly sorry and the wife is forgiving enough. You don’t know how big of a deal is to forgive someone. You have already risen above everything else if you achieve that.

    If the woman in this story is reading this, my advice is to take that leap and give him a chance. Either that or you’ll do nothing but suffer everyone and lead a lonely life (unless you found someone).

  3. There’s a rage I feel how after all these time this patriarch mentality still remains unwavered in our society. Sex is supposed to be a beautiful part of married life that deepens your intimacy as a couple. But it’s supposed to be an act that involves the consent and contentment of both the husband and the wife. A woman is not an object who will be ever ready with her battery charged to satisfy your libido. And her role is not confined to your bed. She is supposed to be a dignified, loved shareholder of your life. And if you can’t give such a place to her, then you definitely don’t deserve her. I salute the woman’s fighting spirit.

  4. It is somewhat shocking to see how Ramesh reacted to Anita’s continuous pestering saying that “Having Another Woman in one’s life is part of success”. This confirmed the fact that he actually believed in this notion and it was not said in the heat of the moment. Another testament to Ramesh’s mindset is that he never tried to pretend his unfaithfulness. Otherwise, he would have ensured that his maid stayed mum when it mattered.

    There is a wonderful connection between Anita and her mother however. They are portrayed as two strong ladies who decided not to compromise. Like Mother, like Daughter.

  5. Perfect. He should always regret on his cheating.

    Liked this Anita lady just like the Shabana Azmi in movie Arth.

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