I Wish My Sick Wife Would Take Her Last Breath

I Wish My Sick Wife Would Take Her Last Breathe

I hate my wife, I literally hate her, I wish I had never met her, I hate that she is so ill.
Now you may think I’m a cruel heartless man and you may well be right, but please hear me out.
I met my wife in 2011 she was the most beautiful woman I had ever laid eyes on, we instantly hit it off and things moved quickly.

By 2013 we were happily married with one son, it seemed like a perfect life but it was all to collapse all to soon.
You see I love my wife but she knew she was ill when she met me, she never disclosed this to me and I have now been given a life sentence in caring for her.
My wife finds it hard to get out of bed, she has short-term memory loss and muscle weakness, sex is something that rarely happens as my wife constantly has urine infections. 
Yes I’m a bad guy for hating her and wishing her dead, but I’m still here, I’m still caring for her.
I’ve given up my life, my happiness, all for a woman who couldn’t even inform me of her condition.

When we were stood at the altar she knew what she was signing me up for.
So here I am 26 years old caring for a four-year old and a disabled wife. 
If I could turn back time I would have run from that church and never looked back.

I am not ashamed, I wish she would take her last breath now and release me from this hell.

I receive little help and have to live off of social fund, my son is missing out on so much, we cannot afford trips out or any luxuries, so I have gone from a high paid job, nice cars, fancy holidays and a good life to this, this existence, it is not a life, if she was gone me and my son would be so much better off.

I will look after her until the day she dies, I have stood by her it doesn’t mean I have to be happy about it.


4 thoughts on “I Wish My Sick Wife Would Take Her Last Breath

  • 11th October 2017 at 10:10 am

    What a vile man you are. She deserves better than you. You married her and your vows are in sickness and through health. Till death do you part. If you can’t find ways to love and appreciate your wife still then I imagine it would be better for her if you walked away. She’d get better care from someone who actually wanted to be around her.

    Everyone goes through this at some point. You just met your point sooner than expected. If she were 60 would you still resent her?

    • 11th October 2017 at 11:10 am

      What he said is quite understandable. It’s harsh but what kinda person doesn’t tell someone she’s about to marry that she’s seriously ill. It would be different if she just got sick but she didn’t she knew and kept it to herself. Which is a massive dick move considering he’s had to give up his whole life. I know if I was in love with someone and wanted to marry them and they were ill I would still happily marry them as long as they had told me their condition. That changes the dynamic massively. She basically tricked him into being her full time carer.

  • 11th October 2017 at 4:26 pm

    I completely agree with this man, yes he took the vows of in sickness as in health but she knew she was already sick and didn’t disclose with the man who she was marrying. Yes you take the vows but you don’t expect the person who youve married to be sick. He has had to give up his life due to basically being tricked into it. He loves his son and is still there looking after his wife. Had she disclosed her illness to him it would of given him the option of either staying with her or running away. He should of got that choice


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