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Husband wants me to die after having a baby so he can have threesome with other women

by Mary

I asked my husband yesterday about what he said the other day, that he hope that I will die when having my baby. He wasn’t mad anymore yesterday when I asked him and he said he really want me to die and he said it will be nice if I will die while I’m delivering my baby. He said he would rather have me die than get divorced, that way people will feel bad for him instead of having to explain the divorce.


I asked him why he wants me to die and he was being honest and he said he wants me to die so he can do what he’s been wanting to do, to have threesome with women. We are not in good terms for a while now and I know that it’s not just the reason why. But it hurts really bad for me that he wants me to die so he can have sex with other women. I am also on my first trimester and have gained a little weight already and have been really nauseous and been tired a lot and he called me fat and lazy when he’s really the lazy one.

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