You know what says I don’t appreciate anyone? The person that is cheating on the one you love. This person isn’t your friend. They have demonstrated that they can lie to your face and blithely take advantage of someone you care about without giving a second thought to their actions. So why would you let that continue? Why would you think such a person has anyone else’s best interests at heart?
As long as you’re mired in giving the cheater what they want by keeping their cheating affair a secret from others, you only make it seem as though you’re accepting of the situation. However, if you take it upon yourself to personally reveal the affair, you’re going to get fucked. Here’s why.
A lot of people who learn they are being cheated on from a close family member or friend love to shoot the messenger, instead of just focusing on the message. The scream, deny or blame the person for trying to destroy their happy façade. Others are simply too embarrassed to maintain a friendship with someone that knows their family’s dirtiest secret.
If you’re not familiar with the service, The Incognito Help Line is an Anonymous Messaging service that will deliver any message on your behalf via email, Facebook, text/SMS, Twitter, or personally, so it will not be traced back to you. So whether you want to send photos of the affair to a friend, or tell a family member that they need to consider a breakup or divorce, The Incognito Help Line will let them know, without ever revealing your identity.
In almost all situations, their cheating, and your telling the world about it, are mere by-products of the cheater’s selfish acts. This isn’t about the “moral high ground,” this is about cheaters that live double lives without consequences, all white endangering the welfare and peace of mind of others, without thinking of anyone but themselves.
At the end of the day, it’s better to let them have it by using a third party service like The Incognito Help Line, while you make your escape.
And remember, if it’s not so terrible to do it, it’s not so terrible to talk about it after the fact.