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I have been with my husband for almost 10 years now and marr

I have been with my husband for almost 10 years now and married for 3 years out of the 10 years. I am pregnant with our second child and my first is in kindergarten. I found out 2 1/2 months ago that he was cheating on me with a colleague. Ever since then, I havent been the same. I am a complete wreck. All I know is we both want to be together but I havent gone a day without crying. I just want to be happy again but I am not sure how. I have no support and no one to talk to. I am hoping for someone in a similar situation that made it through to hear from because I need help and feel like I cant make it through alone. Please help me.

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Nov 9

@PieceByPeace I just want to thank you for being on here and sharing your story especially since it was so long ago. I love that I can relate to you and you know what I am going through. That is why I am here...to know what I feel is normal and that I am not alone but to have an exact story like mine...if you did it...so can I.

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Nov 10

@Unknown101 you are very welcome. And yes, you can do it. Glad to be here for you :)

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Nov 10

Hi @Unknown101 I'm so sorry you're having to go through this painful situation in your marriage especially at this precious time in your life. I know how hurtful betrayal can be and how some days all you can do is cry.
It's sad that your husband's action is not supportive enough of the hurt you are going through. I know from experience that part of the success of reconciliation of a marriage after infidelity is when there is true and sincere remorse from the offending spouse.
You do deserve the whole truth from your husband and sweeping things under the rug is never helpful at all.
My husband in the beginning of our reconciling also wanted things to go back to normal quickly and not address the issue but with the help of marriage counseling, we were able to address the root cause of the adultery including him admitting some of the lies he had told me.
The counseling we had from a wise and trusted mentor of our was really beneficial because it made my husband realize the painful damage he was doing to his family by his poor actions and this really touched something in his heart that started the change for good in him.
Sometimes the offending spouse needs to hear from someone else the gravity and seriousness of the effects of adultery on the betrayed spouse.
I would encourage you to seek counseling for yourself to even if your husband is not willing to. Your babies need their mama emotionally healthy. My hope for you is that with time, you will get the healing you need and wisdom for the way forward. You are certainly worthy of love that can be trusted, so don't let anyone tell you otherwise. Praying the future brings you much peace and joy. Stay strong!

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