Ok, I've read all the how to's on rebuilding trust. I've tried hard to put them into practice and be transparent. That seems to be the recurring theme, transparency. But how do you combat the questions when you are being transparent? I know that being cheated on is not an easy thing to get over. I have offered over every possible known form of contact w/ the outside world to my husband, even my DS information. He tells me that there are infinite routes a person can take to cheat. While I agree, I know better. I've learned my lesson in how badly something can go when you let it get out of control. I guess what I do not know how to handle is the constant accusations of what's going on with this person or that. I don't know what else to say other than don't worry, there's nothing there. You have nothing to worry about. He tells me that I do not reassure him. I guess I don't know how to when the situation he is worried over does not exist. I know that I am missing something tremendous here, please help me get it.
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