I have been married for 3 years. When I met my husband, I knew immediately that I was going to marry him. The cliche "love at first sight" situation. Our relationship was perfect. I had come from a relationship where I had been repeatedly cheated on and I swore I would never put up with that again.
Last summer, I got a message from a guy on FB telling me that my husband was cheating on me with this guys wife. Turns out, it was an old girlfriend of my husband's who he dated but was never serious with. Immediately, I called him out on it. He admitted that he had met up with her but maintained that it was "innocent" and she was just looking for someone to talk to. I didn't buy it. Her husband had emails between them that he sent to me and it was not as innocent as my husband made it out to be.
He has (allegedly) swore off all contact. To this day, my husband maintains that it was not physical, despite her having sent him very provocative photos and the emails that suggested otherwise. I gave him the benefit of the doubt and told him we would work through it because, truthfully, I don't want to throw in the towel. My reasoning is that if the shoe were on the other foot, I would hope that he would be as forgiving and not simply give up on me. I should add that I have not spoken to anyone else about this, no friends or family. Just him and I.
We (I) have struggled trying to trust again. I want to look at his phone every 5 minutes. Has anyone else been in my shoes, and I'd so, how do you mend that??
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