‘I’ve Realized How Much I Despise My Husband’: People Reveal How a Year of Lockdown REALLY Affected Their Relationships in Brutally Honest Confessions
- People have revealed how lockdown affected relationships during pandemic
- They shared their confessions on the anonymous Whisper app
- One of them said friend hadn’t FaceTimed them once, despite living four hours away
- Others said it had a positive effect because it made them ‘more in love’ with their girlfriend
People have shown how their relationships have been affected after hanging out with their partners for a year.
Men and women from all over the world have shared their confessions through an anonymous secret-telling app To whisper reveal what it’s like to spend so much, or even so little time with their loved ones.
One of them said their friend promised them to FaceTime every day during the lockdown because they live four hours away from each other, but they didn’t make a video call at all.
Another admitted that they are in quarantine with a friend they “can’t stand and want to break up with.”
For others, it has had a positive impact, with one admitting they fell more in love from being quarantined with their girlfriend and another saying it saved their marriage because they were forced to deal with their marital troubles.
Here FEMAIL shares some of the best confessions.
People from all over the world have shared how lockdown has affected their relationship on the anonymous confession app Whisper, with one from the US admitting they think they need a new partner after the pandemic because their current partner won’t give them once. facetimated during lockdown, despite living four hours away
Another user from the US said this was the ‘worst timing for a global crisis’ because they were in quarantine with a friend ‘they can’t stand and want to break up’
Meanwhile, for other users, lockdown had a more positive effect on their relationship with a user from Australia, saying social distance saved their marriage after forcing them to stay home and deal with their marital troubles.
For another user it also had a positive impact as they enjoyed spending a lot of time with their girlfriend saying that it ‘wasn’t that bad’ and that it ‘just made us fall in love more, frankly ‘.
There was a proposal on the card for a UK couple as they said their friend has a ‘pretty serious case’ of the virus, adding that they hope he recovers and if he does they would give him a Propose where they had their first date
Another user told the community in the Whisper Confessions app that they got divorced from their husbands once the pandemic passed, being stuck to him at home has reminded them ‘how much they despise him’
The pandemic has triggered a massive unemployment crisis, with many losing their jobs as things have been shut down due to lockdowns around the world, and a US couple had financial difficulties after both failed to work due to the virus, saying the financial troubles they were testing
With a ‘stay at home’ message in many areas around the world to protect the vulnerable, a couple from an unknown location admitted they had ‘so much sex’ while in quarantine
A family from the US has been torn apart by the virus, their husband worked as a medical doctor and couldn’t be in the same room as his partner and their 10 month old daughter who cries for her father ‘every day’ and can’t understand why ‘daddy doesn’t see her can hold ‘. The user then encourages people to ‘do their bit’
Another user from the US says their remote friend “ feels guilty for being responsible ” who “ can’t accept ” that they can’t see each other because of the pandemic, adding that they think it’s “ selfish ”
A user from Australia said they ‘just need space from’ their girlfriend who thinks ‘not coming over because of social distance’
Another user confessed to being in quarantine with their fiancé for 14 days, admitting that they were ‘more afraid of it than anything else’ and were not sure if their relationship would survive if they were stuck together at home
Someone else from the US admitted they had a lot of arguments with their husband anyway, but the coronavirus pandemic has made things worse between them