my husband and i have been married for almost two years now and things were perfect, we've know each other for three and half years prior to marriage recently he was stationed in korea due to assignment and we sort of took a backseat on our marriage, when he first left we would talk and Skype almost every single day then eventually the the communication started to decrease then one day i asked him if there was something i should be worried about and he admitted to me that he was starting to get close with a female coworker which devastated me. i tried to cope with what he told me by not over reacting and figuring out how we could fix things and better our marriage he eventually agreed that he didn't want to lose this marriage so he told me he cut all ties off with this young lady, as bad as i wanted to believe him i felt like i couldn't because this was the first time he had ever broken my heart. Once he came home a year later from korea we tried so desperately to fix our marriage but lately i have been detached from my marriage and we argue way more than we did before he left and he is more attached to his electronics than trying to fix our marriage. when i'm around and he's on his phone he will get upset if i try to look at what he's looking at on his phone. He changed the password to his laptop as well as his cellphone and if he lets me use his laptop he plays security guard and won't let be alone with his laptop which raises HUGE warning signs to me. He gets super jealous when male coworkers text or call my phone about work, he knows its about work but he tries to make it seem like its something more. i have one male friend who is interested in getting to know the real me and wants to explore new things with me, i lost affection and attraction to my husband and i don't know what to do anymore, i've tried walking away from our marriage but i always find myself back at square one , i need help please!!View Thread
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