I was married to a very abusive man for a very long time, I am now engaged to a wonderful man, who loves me and my children more than anything in this world. I met him on here in December and he moved from California to Texas to be with me... trust has never come easy for me, my ex husband kept a lot from me, cheated on me and hurt me constatly and I find myself relaying these past feelings and emotions onto my fiance... I go through his phone when he is in the shower, I check his personal email... in May, just after he moved here, I found out that he was having intimate conversations with women online... they were all back in February and the conversations stopped after we began to discuss him moving to Texas, but I can't help but feel betrayed, all this time that he was talking to these other girls he was telling me that he loved me and wanted to be with me... now I find myself jealous of his female relationships, whether personal or business... I can't stop myself from looking at his phone and reading his emails, searching for some sign that it is happening again... is there anything I can do to stop these feelings? How can I let this one isolated incedent go? Or should I? Do I have every right to be upset? HELP!
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