My husband and I have been together 3 years and recently married in Dec. he left for the navy last month and it has been hard but I recently found out that he had been emailing other women he met online. We have had this problem in the past and each time I confronted him about he, he would tell me he doesn't know why he does it but he knows that he loves me more then anything and wants to change. I have forgiven him for his past mistakes because I felt like it was a real problem with his insecurities about himself see he was fired from his job in Aug and from what I understand he started emailing girls in Oct but stopped in Nov and Dec and started talking to them again in Jan before he left for basic training. I don't want to give up on my marriage and I do want to try marriage counseling case I believe he has a lot of issues he needs to work threw. My question is has anyone ever gone threw anything similar to my situation? Any advice would be great! I know my husband loves me because he wouldn't have married me if this wasn't something he really wanted, I just think he has an addiction to attention from women. Any advice would be helpful! Thank youView Thread
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