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My husband lost his mom in February. It was hard on all of u

My husband lost his mom in February. It was hard on all of us. I was not very supportive emotionally because I was grieving too. An old friend of his found him on Facebook and they began an emotional affair. I found out that this girl has a history of meth use and is an ex drug dealer. She has been to jail amd is on probation. My husband has sent this girl over $2,000. He keeps telling me he's done with her hut today he cried and said he misses her and he loves her. I yave changed my whole personality and behavior for mu husband in order to save our marriage. She is in Gorgia and has more control over him. She knows he has money so she keeps asking and when he says no she blasts him on Facebook until she gets her way. She has him brainwashed. I don't know what to do.

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Jul 16

As a guy that cheated on his wife 10 years ago, I want to honor your commitment to staying. It is so hard, and I am so appreciative that my wife stayed. The one thing I will say is, if you are going to stay then please do the work required to fully forgive him, whatever that looks like for you. My wife is now telling me she never fully got over the infidelity 10 years ago, so please if you are going to stay then find healing for yourself.

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Jul 16

I am really trying. How did your wife get passed the triggers? What were her coping mechanisms? Little unimportant things remind me of the emotional affair and I feel traumatized all or again.

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Jul 16

@angiemv3sons Honestly, I don't know. You would have to talk to her. I know for my part I had to be completely honest and be willing to show her anything and everything I was doing. I worked to make sure I never went anywhere unnecessary without her.

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