"I've been dating a married man but now I want to tell his wife" - KZN Listener

"I've been dating a married man but now I want to tell his wife" - KZN Listener

Is honesty really always the best policy?

"I've been dating a married man but now I want to tell his wife"
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There is no justification for cheating.

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If you are unhappy in your relationship, the best thing to do is to end it.

Some people might think that cheating will cause their significant other less hurt, but when the truth finally does come out (and it always does), more often than not it causes much more pain to all parties involved.

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And by involving multiple people, the cheater is also giving power to the person they are cheating with, whether they want to admit it or not.

Case in point: this edition of #TheFixer.

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Tamlyn* (name has been changed to protect her identity) has found herself in a relationship with a married man. 

She has always known that the man she was seeing was spoken for but it didn't seem to stop her.

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And if things weren't complicated enough before, the wife has entered the picture in a very interesting way.

Now Tamlyn has found herself in a situation where she is feeling some kind of way and she is at a crossroads.

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She needs advice so she came to Stacey and J Sbu with the hopes of finding some clarity.

Listen to her story below:

Here is just some of the advice KZN had to offer Tamlyn:

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