I've recently found out that my husband was seeing someone behind my back. He said that nothing has happened, they haven't slept together, they haven't even kissed. They just hung out and had some drinks and talked. But he did admit that his behavior with the other woman was not hot a married man should behave. He says that he's been bored in our marriage for a while and that he missed the excitment and the single life. We've never had a whole lot in common, he's into sports and motorcycles and I'm into theater and literature. I've always figured that was pretty normal. There are some sports I like and I've conceded the motorcycle issue because it means so much to him. I've stood up to my parents concerning his bike (they hate it) I've even ridden on it a few times! (I'm not a huge fan because it doesn't have a back rest and leaning forward to hang onto him hurts my back). I'm 7 1/2 months pregnant and I don't complain when he goes out with friends because we're both still young and if I wasn't pregnant we'd be going out together and I didn't think it was fair to make him be all locked up just because I couldn't go out. I also know all of his close friends and thought I could trust them, apparently I was wrong. Anyway, I'm not sure what to do. I don't want to leave him, I love him and I always have. He's the first man I've ever loved, and our first child is on the way. I just can't make the baby grow up in a split home, it's not fair to them. But I don't know how I can forgive him or how I can trust him again. For those who have been through this, what did you do? Did you leave him/her or did you get therapy? I really need some advice and I don't feel like I can talk to my family about this because my husband would never be able to face them again. We're a very close family and very protective of eachother. We ostrasize my cousin's ex just for being immature at 19 causing a divorce between the two. He didn't cheat on her or anything, he was just being a 19 year old guy. And of course, my best friend happens to be one of his oldest friends so I can't talk to her. I just really need the advice of someone. Please help.
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