I just found out a couple of weeks ago that my husband of 6 years has been leading a double life. I don't mean that he has another wife or family somewhere, just that he has "relationships" with several other women that he claims are not sexual in nature. I've always trusted him (or I wouldn't have married him) but found out he has been lying to me and hiding this whole other life from me. He travels a lot and has even arranged meetings with other women while he was out of town. He swears (and why should I believe him???) that he has been faithful to me but he won't give up these other relationships because "he isn't doing anything wrong". He said he wants to stay married and would keep everything open and honest, gave me the password to his email, etc. Now, he has been texting these other women, not emailing so I can't check up on him. I don't know if I should say something to him and start the whole fight over again or just let it go and try to trust him. Every time he picks up his phone to text at night while we are sitting watch TV or eating dinner or whatever, it is like a knife sticking in my. Should I trust him? Am I being selfish to try to deny him other female friends?
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