I am a 42yr old female in a relationship where I am having trust issuses along with being insecure. For almost half my life I was you could say.."a working girl" with that in mind there was alot of sneaking around/being quiet while the other person would lie to their spouse on the phone about where they were & what they were doing etc...Now I am tired of that life & found me a keeper...a good man! So when he is away at work the thought keeps popping up...is he out messing around on me? I was the other woman to many men and this one I dont want to share...by the way thats how the 2 of us met! He was already divorced.(I didnt do it) If anyone has any helpful advice,ideas or comments I'd like to hear from ya...I just wonder if I will ever be able to trust again?View Thread
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