I'm 24 years old and I just got married to someone a little older than me. Before we got married I was going through very intensive training for a job and I was gone for 6 months total through the week. I tried to tell him that I needed him there for me, but we both floated further apart. In my field, there are only guys with maybe a few of us girls. i became very good friends with one of the guys and I began to go to him for support. I ended up having an affair but broke it off before the wedding because I knew I had made the worse mistake of my life. My husband is my best friend and I don't know how I did what I did, I've recently started counseling to figure that out. I love him so much, and he has told me that he still loves me, kisses me and wishes he could be with me. I guess what I am asking is tips on how to rebuild trust. What I did is not who I am. He says that no matter what we have to get divorced but maybe down the road we may(slim chance) be able to try again. He says he no matter what he will always be my friend because he needs me at least as a friend. I feel there may be hope left, I just need some help. I'm sorry if there is not a real question in there. I'm just so confused.
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