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Without a doubt - YES!!!
by: Anonymous

I have been married 24 years and facebook definetely contributed to the demise of my marriage!! In the first year of our "empty nest" and after the death of my spouse's father he opened up an account with facebook after encouragement from some old neighborhood friends at the funeral. Prior to then, my spouse would get angry at me for "wasting" my time on facebook. Before long, after my son and I helped set him up, he was on every night, then every morning and night and eventually morning, noon and night. He searched for old high school friends along with his high school sweetheart and found her. He shared his findings along with several insulting comments about her "appearance" and present life. He began to chat with her frequently and all seemed innocent at first. Over a short amount of time I began to express my concerns about the inappropriateness of the frequent contact and he just shrugged it off; "we are just friends." Our son even began to question his fathers actions. Then the texts started coming also from a "HW" (home wrecker) along with secretive phone calls. Within 2 to 3 months he met up with her in a hotel and the rest is history!! I watched them chat on facebook thru his email account gloating about the sex they had and how great "the connection was." I continued to watch them plan my demise and plan their future all the while they had no clue I was watching. Without facebook the 2 of them would have never come together!! Yes maybe my marriage would still be over because he needed to move on for whatever his reasons are - butttttttt it would not have been soooooo easy for him if facebook didn't exist.

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Talk to the ex-es all the time on Facebook...
by: Anonymous

I talk to my ex-es all the time on Facebook. Im sure my wife wouldnt like it all, but they are so accessible.


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