I was married for 3 1/2 years and now am divorced. We separated last january and the divorce was finalized in june. I divorced him because the final straw was( there was other factors too) after both of us had agreed that reconciling was what we both wanted I found that he had been talking to other women, even though he never had any kind of contact but phone and email contact. I filed for divorce and had him sign the papers. After that we kind of drifted apart. I headed to Wyoming to meet up with some friends and as soon as he found that out he was calling and texting telling me he was sorry for talking to other women and had realized that I was the one he wanted to be with asking if we could work things out. We have gotten back together Most of the things have changed that really bothered me and we are making slow progess on improving our relationship. however going through all this I am severly depressed and sad all the time and am constantly scared that he will do something again, even though he reassures me that he made a mistake and wont ever make it again. I want for us to be together and eventually get married again but how do I feel at peace and not worry and freak out(im bipolar). Will there ever be a time to where I feel happiness and peace. Please Help
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