OP shares this screenshot,with a caption: "She had 9 affairs during our relationship/marriage. Our divorce is finalized, and she sends me this."
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OP shared some additional info about their marriage:
Despite his disappointment and sense of betrayal, he attempted to seek counseling for both himself and his wife. Sadly, this effort did not result in any meaningful changes.
She needs a straight answer, not beating around the bushes...
The audacity... Do you really need more?
She needs therapy. Poor OP too
Why does she care? Does she even care, or just wants a fight?
No answer is the best answer when dealing with this type of people
"This just shows how * faithful* and forgiving you can be."
Or is OP naive and idiotic?
Some funny comments here:
This could be the answer to her motivation:
Pettiness is okay sometimes.
The sad part is:
The audacity of this woman to engage in multiple affairs and then seemingly play the victim is a disheartening example of how entitled individuals often try to evade accountability. There's a troubling trend of people believing that they can act in destructive ways without facing the consequences of their actions.
They craft a narrative in which they are the oppressed, the misunderstood, or the unloved—anything to avoid admitting that they were in the wrong. The email the ex-wife sent—despite her repeated acts of betrayal—is probably an attempt to manipulate the situation and possibly present herself as the aggrieved party.
It's as if she's saying, "Look at me; I'm still worthy of your attention, perhaps even your sympathy." It's a maddening dance around responsibility, a strategy to deflect blame and paint themselves as the real victims.