Anon 31159, I feel your pain. I know everybody says that but I do. I was married to ten years to who I thought at the time, was my soul mate. We had a child together and everything seemed fine. We split up once and decided to try and work it out, while we were seperated, he dated someone, when we moved back in together, contact was supposed to stop. She called our house once and I answered the phone and explained I was living back at home and we were trying to work our marriage out, that I would appriciate if she wouldn't contact him again. As far as I knew at the time, they didn't talk, hah. I could feel us growing apart again and after about 3 months, we split up again. Our son, who was 7 at the time, was meeting this woman days after we split for the 2nd time. My ex husband is now married to her! I tell you this stroy to see that there is hope, you just can't see it when you're in the middle of the situation. I am happily married again to my best friend, and we have two children together and I couldn't be happier. Is our marriage perfect, no, nothing is. But I know this, I know he molves me and our children, all three of them. And I know he would never hurt me like that. But it took me being hurt once by my ex, to be able to see that and trust him and his love. I would advise for you to end this relationship, it will only get worse. And to support him financially while he messes with other women online is disrespectful to yourself. If you don't respect yourself no man ever will. Of course he loves you and doesn't want to end things, he can sit on his lazy butt and do nothing except have emotional affirs while you work to support you and him, why would he want to lose that? You deserve better, find someone that you know beyond any doubt loves you and would NEVER hurt you in any way. You owe that to yourself. As far as you invading his privacy, it wouldn't be a problem if he wasn't doing something that he KNOWS is wrong. And blocking emails and face book is okay for now. But if he thinks he can sit and do what he's doing while you work to support both of you, then it will eventually become someone he can see while you're at work. Don't put yourself through that. You sound like a sweet girl and you deserve someone to show you not only unconditional love but respect.View Thread
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