Emma, from Limerick, Ireland, said: 'I was so traumatised by it that I couldn't even speak about it for six months but these are the realities that parents face.'I found it really difficult to even speak about it. It's a different world.'It's happened to every single person I know.
We'd built up to it, had a couple of drinks, and then you're talking all dirty - 'you're gonna end up in an ambulance' - that sort of thing.'Then we're right in the middle of it and the horror suddenly dawns that there's a child at the side of the bed.
Here are some real stories of people who had their infidelity exposed all thanks to an app on their phone."So I caught my girlfriend flirting on Tinder the other day and she sorta refused to tell me straight away...
she's playing it off, but I have no idea what to do..."12.
I thought I'd be concerned about what Frankie thought but I was traumatised.'If I looked like Pamela Anderson I wouldn't mind but it's not an image I would like my child to have. There were no footsteps, no crying - how long had she been there?
The description I got made me come out of it sounding quite good so that's the best part for me.'Usually the kids fall asleep around 8.30pm and then wake up again just after midnight. Then, once you feel like you can, talk to your husband.Even if they’re teenagers, they don’t have the emotional maturity to understand all aspects of infidelity.You'll need to check their phone for common dating apps, conduct a Google search using personal details like their email address and, if necesary, create test accounts on popular apps and sites to see if your signifigant other is returned as a potential match.
If all else fails, you can hire a professional investigator to find out for certain whether your signifigant other is using a dating site.
Not to mention, of course, the horror of wondering how this will affect your children. Look for someone who will not only help you process your heartache but will also help you understand how to establish new behaviors in your marriage that can benefit you and your husband. You may check my cell phone, computer, and bank statements. As angry as you are at your husband, remember that he is still your children’s father.