I met my husband in high school. We have been together since we were 17 and 18 years old. I have never been with another man and I can't imagine my life without him. We have two beautiful kids together, ages 14 and 12. I found out two years ago that he had an affair. It broke my heart. I recently discovered that he had a 2nd affair. I am in more pain than I thought was possible and I really don't have anyone that I can turn to. We are in counselling which we started a few weeks ago. I am just overwelmed with pain. He never gave any clue that anythiing was wrong. He treated me like a queen and told me he loved me daily so I still have a hard time believing that he did this to me. There were just no signs at all. I know I should leave and most people will tell me to leave, but, I can't bring myself to do it at this time. He's all I know. He's the father to my kids. I really have never been without him. He says he loves me but I just no longer believe anything he says. My trust is 100% gone so where does it leave me? I try so hard not to cry but for the last two days I seem to struggle more than ever. (I discovered the 2nd affair way back in August but it just seems to be really hitting me now). I can't express how sad I am. I am hoping to find someone who I can talk to, someone who can understand how I feel.
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