Nov 29, 2006

Dangers of Online Cheating

A Pepsi executive met someone online who later threatened to tell his wife, unless, of course, he was willing to pay a $125,000 to keep his extramarital activities secret... Read the full story at the Smoking Gun or the NYPost.

This makes me wonder about the stories we don't hear about....

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

last year, my boyfriend at the time had an online affair as a result of me telling him that I still had feelings for another. His former psycho girlfriend got ahold of the photos somehow and proceeded to bribe him by threatening to share them with me. My boyfriend lied to me repeatedly in an effort to keep the psycho at bay. I found out everything eight months later after my boyfriend and I were married. My intuition told me the entire eight months that something was going on between him and his former psycho girlfriend which he vehemently denied. Unfortunately, the damage is so severe that I don't think I can face a future with him! I thought this man was the love of my life. My childhood crush, and I his. The most beautiful physical relationship, friendship and deep love is one that I have never experienced before. He swears that he was only trying to protect me from this stalker (who still is after him) and I do believe him. The prolonged lie has taken such a toll on me that all I can do is cry because I don't trust him anymore--it is so heartbreaking. We are separated and he wants to start over. I am so resentful and so very very sad by his lying and betrayal. I wish I could get over it and be with my lover but I truly don't know how. The most difficult part is that I questioned my intuition when it was speaking to me because I chose to believe him when he told me that NOTHING was going on...