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A Cheating Step-mother. What Do You Do?

this is a serious thing. A FRIEND F MINE CAME TO ME WITH THIS ISSUE AND I AM CONFUSED AS WHAT TO TELL HER WHEN SHE TOLD ME ABOUT IT. As it is, i was at a party at her house and somehow her step-mum left her phone on the bed. she took it in the bid to transer a song fromher (stepmum's_ phone to hers. well, out of curioisuty she went thrugh her inbox and she got a shocker. all kinds of lovesms from a man named funso, she went to her sent messges and it was te same, she forwarded the text to her phone and replaced it. then she came outto show me asking what to do.i know i am not sure of what to tell her but i was hoping people here can have something to say.

p-s: her dad is 62, and her step-mum is 34 and she is, 29,

step-mum used to be her classmate at the university, twisted story indeed.

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34 marrying 62? That is more than enough room for infidelity.

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No.

What I'm saying is in cases of genuine love, age ain't nothing but a number.

But form what has been posted here, it looks like the love is either one-way or non-existent. Why would a woman who GENUINELY cares for her husband cheat on him, so blatantly as well?

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There are some women who genuinely love the older ones they are married to. This one, however, is cheating on her husband so there must be something missing. I'm guessing it is sexual, I don't know for sure because I don't know her. Besides, isn't that what 'they' invented Viagra for?

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So if look at it from that angle are you now saying that older men that get married to younger women don't love them?

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Abi o, chaircover. I'm not 'dissing' the woman alone here o!

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Her Dad 62, step mum 34, about 28 years younger, what on earth will make her step mum go for her old dad in marriage? I'm sorry to say that.

Besides, does your friend even care about the future of her step-mum? I think things have gone wrong from the scratch, I don't see any reason why her young step-mum will not play infidelity in that relationship. But are they legally married? Well, tell your friend she needs to put herself in her step-mum's shoes, and advice her to quit the family.

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Sounds like the step-mum was a gold-digger. Let's be fair, the younger man can probably satisfy her physical needs more than the older guy.

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