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Aug. 14, 19 | 9:50 am

You may have read stories about two distant lovers meeting online and getting their happy ending. There are stories too about gamers who won battles, played together online, and ended up being each other’s soulmate.

But it’s a whole lot different story when the other person is already taken.

This was the story of Facebook user ER YL who shared about the infidelity of her estranged husband, Aivan Jade Santos with fellow Mobile Legends gamer Isabelita Carla Rellosa Vargas.

They met on July 9 on the mobile gaming app.

Like a high-speed Internet connection, both Santos and Vargas went beyond the gaming app and started real conversation using their Facebook accounts.

Santos’ wife ER YL shared some of the screenshots of the conversation in her post on August 3.

She even mentioned that the conversation leveled up to a movie date last July 13.

The screenshots of the conversation showed how Santos tried to ask Vargas to go on an overnight trip saying “there are prying eyes there.”

There were also some portion that read how Santos tipped off Vargas not to let anyone know what her new address is.

Now, if you were on the wife’s shoes, what will you do after finding this out?

This is not the first time this happened to her.

ER said in her post that she could no longer keep it and by posting her sentiments about this, she is hoping that this would put a closure to their love story of six years.

“Ginawa muna to noon sa akin, binuntis mo ako sa panganay natin tapos tinalikuran at sumama ka sa ibang babae at naglaro ng bahay bahayan. wala kang narinig sa akin, at nung bumalik ka, pinatawad kita at tinanggap ng buong buo,” she said.

But she added that the second time this happened, she told herself that this was not right. She even called her husband “sick.”

“Wag mong gamitin ang sorry at second chance para gawing ticket pabalik sa akin at para paulit-ulit mo akong saktan. You don’t deserve someone like me Aivan. I know I am worth loving.”

Part of setting herself free was also to settle things in court especially for their kids who have been affected.

“Hindi yun para sa akin pero para sa dalawang anak ko na apektado dahil sa tuwing gagawa ka ng ganto talagang kung kelan pa buntis ako. Lahat ng stress at depression na nararanasan ko, damang dama at salong salo ng mga mga anak ko na dinala ko at dinadala ko sa sinapupunan ko. Hindi ko ilalagay sa kamay ko ang batas pero sa batas na meron tayo na nilabag mo. Kasal tayo pero nagbahay bahayan kayo,” she said.

In a report by Rappler, psychologist and relationship expert Lissy Ann said “social media has definitely expanded the areas in which infidelity and unfaithfulness may occur.”

This means that the definition of cheating no longer is constricted as an emotional or sexual affair anymore. With social media and technology, cheating has taken on different forms.

Many would argue that cheating does not involve exchanging messages thru chat with someone over a period of time.

Lissy Ann disagrees and said one is cheating “if the time, effort, attention, and care that your partner needs is being exerted to someone else.”

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