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11-28-2009 @ 4:59PM
"I am a stay-at-home mom, so during nap time and after the kids go to bed for the night, I play. My husband plays when he gets home from work until he goes to bed. "This is the part that concerns me. My husband and I both play, and at first we played like this too...all the time. Since then we've cut back because we realized we weren't spending any real time together. I can't offer any advice re: the cheating issue, but I can say that it sounds to me like Brokenhearted and her husband never actually see each other to talk, work out issues, and to do husband and wife type things. This could be having a huge impact on their marriage.
11-28-2009 @ 6:31PM
I was thinking the same thing. And it sounds like he didn't actually understand why it would hurt is wife to be spending his time in a hobby they share with someone else. This couple really should take a break and start dating again. Remind each other why you got married in the first place. I don't know you, but I'm fairly certain it had nothing to do with what item level you were replacing. :)
11-30-2009 @ 8:49AM
Not only is he spending no RL time with his wife, he is spending zero time (in person or virtual) with his kids. She gives herself to her kids during the day and plays only while they sleep. He is away at work. When he comes home, the kids still do not see Daddy, since he apparently heads straight for the computer and then to bed. His priorities are way off base.
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