When i learned about about my husband's affair, I tried to deal with it alone, internally. That lonliness was all consuming so I learned to lean on my closest friends and siblings for support. Without them, I absolutely would have taken a turn for the worst. What I learned in the process, though, is that there have been so many of our couple friends and family that have suffered the same tragedy as we have. Couples that I thought were untouchable. Some worked it out, others went separate ways.
And then I found this group which has helped me tremendously as well. I know I am not alone in my sorrow.
I have to question, though... Why is there so much infidelity in this world? Is it that hard to have integrity, faithfulness and honor in a marriage or relationship? I took my vows so seriously in front of God and family. To hear of so many people dismissing those vows is disheartening.
Although we are working on repairing our relationship, I don't wear my wedding ring any more. It doesn't hold the same significance and in fact reminds me of the broken promise. He says I should continue to wear it because we're fighting to save the marriage. Should i?
5 years ago after a time of difficulty with my husband, I found out he had been having an affair with who I thought was my best friend. We decided we wanted to work things out, but it continued on without my knowledge for the next few months. We ended up uprooting and moving to a different country. We worked very hard to make things better and they have been. Now we have moved back after...
Hello all. I recently found out that my wife had an affair. It is kind of devistating. Here is my story....I recently moved to Atlanta. i left with the thought that I would come down here, set up house and wait for my family to come on down. I am a foster parent and my wife stayed behind to wait out the adoption. three days before I closed on the house I bought for my family, she flew down here...