It’s not often that I call people out for their wrongdoings on social media, but these feelings have been simmering for some time, and I need to release them.
Recently, my close friend discovered that her husband was cheating on her!
It hurts my heart to hear her husband speak about a woman named VANESSA, who is his own colleague. She saw his wedding band and proceeded to solicit him or tell him she would like to be “a little more than a colleague.”
Seriously? She’s even a good pretender! She even called his wife to convince her that nothing happened. It’s just a colleague, not more than that! She’s a liar! There’s proof that they are dating and went out together and got expensive gifts for her birthday recently.
This woman has lost all my respect, and for her, I have a few choice words. They are below. Maybe she’s just desperate, being a single mother of one, and her son stays in the Philippines, so she needs our Singaporean man to support her needs.
To flirt with or pursue another woman’s husband, and especially to those who’ve acted on such flirtations in a way that would unanimously be considered cheating by said man’s wife and family.
Get it, you want a man of your own, and you crave love in your life. That’s fine. What isn’t fine, however, is that you seek this love in a man that’s already found it with someone else.
If I can respect that you need love and have the right to pursue it with single men, why won’t you respect that she found what you’re after, and it means the world to her and her small daughter? They were a happy family until you came into his life and changed him.
It’s no secret that marriage is work. This means the woman who is devoted to the man wearing the wedding band whom you’re so eagerly enticing has been working very hard on the job, and your actions could result in her losing all that she’s worked to obtain. What’s that? It takes two?
Of course, it does; and I say shame on the men who fall into your trap too. I believe he is not the first man you seduced… A man who loves and cherishes his wife for all the right reasons should see that no good will come from engaging in an indiscretion with you.
Vanessa, you say you’re in search of “real love” and a “good man”, but what on earth makes you think that a man who would step out on his own family to play pretend with you is actually worth your time?
And exactly how do you expect to sleep at night once he’s “yours”? Self-love is the key that opens the door to so many wonderful things in life.
Working overtime to open a door that’s not for you to walk through will almost ensure that there’s no prize behind it, but rather unimaginable heartache and pain.
You say there’s a shortage of good men in this world. Is that so? Well, if that’s true, how is the solution to that possibly forever tainting one of the few who still remain?
Seems like desperate and reckless behavior to me. VANESSA, are those the kinds of values you want to build a relationship on? You shouldn’t.
I know a lot of you tell yourselves that if he chooses to be with you, then he must have made “the better choice,” but I just don’t see it that way.
I see a man who chose the easy route and a woman with values as poor as his own; a man who will most likely one day leave you too. (You’re fooling yourself if you think he won’t.) That’s no man I’d want to choose; so why do you?
Oh wait, is it because you “can love him better”? Or because you “do all the things she just won’t,” right? It may be time to ask yourself if all the “things” you do that he likes so much are those becoming of a real woman or lady?
VANESSA, please don’t make us look down on foreigners like you! The government is bringing too many of them to Singapore, and these women are taking away our jobs and husbands.
Those who are married would know the challenges to keep a family together, have decent savings, educate our children, and also take care of our spouses so that they will not run away with foreigners.
Every time I see a Filipino, I get very angry. Because there are too many of them creating a mess out of our lives.
To Vanessa, who stole someone’s husband and some other guys too, please use your brain and touch your heart. Don’t take away other people’s property or belonging.
He is someone’s husband, someone’s father. Please go back to your rotten country; don’t disturb us Singaporeans. If you have worked with them, you will know what I mean; this Pinoy is very good at acting.
She even called her scandal wife and convinced her not to worry, she doesn’t have any feelings, not more than a colleague.
But there’s proof that they’ve been dating together and got expensive gifts from him on her birthday recently. YOU BETTER WATCH OUT, VANESSA! Please be careful with her; she is a big liar.