I never thought I would be in this situation. I was having an affair with my best friend’s wife. I never meant for it to get this far.
It all started one night when we were all hanging out at my friend’s house. His wife and I had been flirting all night and when everyone else had gone to bed, we stayed up and talked.
We ended up having intimate relations
One thing led to another and before I knew it, we were in bed together. We had been drinking and it all just felt so right. I knew that it was wrong and that I should have stopped it, but I just couldn’t help myself.
I cared about my friend, but I was also in love with his wife.
We continued our affair for months, but we were careful to keep it a secret. My friend was oblivious to what was happening and I was grateful for that. I didn’t want to hurt him and I knew that if he found out, our friendship would be over.
She got pregnant, told me that the baby is mine
One day, I received a call from my friend’s wife. She told me that she was pregnant and that the baby was mine. I was shocked and scared. I knew that this would mean the end of my friendship with my best friend, as well as the end of my affair with his wife.
I tried to be supportive and told her that I would take care of her and the baby. I also agreed to keep our secret, no matter what. We both agreed that it would be best if my friend never found out about the baby.
The months went by and the baby was born. My friend and his wife were overjoyed. They named the baby after my friend and I was relieved that they never suspected that he wasn’t the father.
My friend and I grew further apart as time went on. I would often find myself feeling guilty and ashamed of what I had done. Every time I looked at the baby, I was reminded of my betrayal.
The years passed and my friend’s wife and I continued to keep our secret. We would often exchange knowing glances whenever we were in the same room. We both knew that the truth would devastate my friend if he ever found out.
The guilt of my betrayal has weighed heavily on my conscience for years. I often wonder if I should tell my friend the truth, but I know that it would destroy our friendship.
I know that I can never take back what I did, but I hope that one day my friend can forgive me if he finds out about it.
Until then, I will continue to keep it a secret and will continue to live with the guilt of my actions.