My partner was gone last week and Saturday morning found something that made him think I cheated on him. I don't really want to get into details, because the entire experience has been humiliating. I didn't do anything wrong, and I would never cheat on my partner. In fact, I did the complete opposite of cheating, and it still ended up blowing up in my face. It actually got to the point where he considered breaking up with me, quitting his job and moving down south with his family. All of this decided in a matter of moments when we've been together for over 4 years. After finally LISTENING to what I was telling him, he said he believed me but then started making these rules for our house (which is actually MY house). I told him I wasn't going to abide by his rules because no one tells me what to do, and his rules were ridiculous. At the end of the conversation he left feeling assured that I hadn't cheated on him, but I felt horrible. I don't like not being trusted when I have never given a reason not to be. I don't like that initially my word was not enough to keep him from getting upset. This is the second time I've been wrongfully accused, and had to defend myself. They turn into full blown arguments over scenarios happening in his head. I feel like I was betrayed by his distrust. Am I over reacting?
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