I just can't get past the "how could he?" question...how could he tell me one thing, then drive a mile up the road, and tell people something completely different? Yes we were having problems and had been in counseling, yes, I was getting tired of continueing when things weren't changing or getting better, but when I wanted to give up, when I suggested maybe he would be happier with someone else or on his own, he was ALWAYS the one telling me "no, I love you, I don't want to be with anyone else, I don't want to be anywhere else, etc." THEN he went to work and told a COMPLETELY different story to the slut he cheated with and a couple of other people who then actually encouraged this piece of trash that it was ok to go after a married man with children, one of them was even her mother....he even in this 3 weeks of utter stupidity had the nerve to say "I love you" to her....he says it was all bullshit, he'd give everything to go back and have it never happen, but how could he say those words to someone else? Will I ever get to the point it's not swirling around in my head all day?
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