My H is reading a book called UNFAITHFUL by gary and mona shriver. It's good because it is helping him work through some of his issues. He is really hopeful and broken at the same time but if you're broken you can be fixed and that is what we need. I am feeling-- weird... I should be glad he wants to take things in a positive direction. The other day he took it with a grain of salt when I said that I was scared I would always hate him and that I fear that he will never change. So he is really gusto about the whole thing and seems right but I guess I am waiting for the shoe to drop again. How do I dive into this with him and not blame him or hate him for all my problems. This will seriously end in divorce if I don't drop my guard- I don't want to drop my guard I also don't really want to get divorced but then again we've worked at this for about 2 years and it seems better but not much. I'm only 23. We have a kid and that is why I stayed in the first place hoping that my heart would change, idk if I can open up again. BTW, we have a lot more issues than the affair, which we've been talking (mostly productively) about. It's overwhelming. Need words of advice or hope or prayers, anything.
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