If you saw my post earlier then you know the situation, I just want to know if there is any ways that people have tried to save their marriages when they have had cheating happen. My husband hasn't actually met the woman in real life, they are on an online chat program together and I don't necessarily have a problem with him talking to her, i just have a problem with the fact that he has been lying to me about how close they have gotten. He tells me that he still loves me and that he wants to work on our marriage and figure things out, but until he gets back from Boot Camp we are in limbo because when he left on monday I decided to do something stupid (or Brave) and got on the program and confronted her. He said some things that I don't like and he told her things about our family that I don't agree with, but I don't feel like things are over yet. I have to at least see if we can work this out. We have an autistic five year old and a very energetic four year old that is a major daddy's girl and until the last six months or so he was a great husband and father.
He said that I withdrew from him and that he felt alone is the only reason he started going onto the chat program and that is probably true. But my only problem is that I need to figure out if he will stop if I get out of this depression I am in and start participating more? I guess what I am wondering is, does anyone know of any programs out there for married couples to get into to get back to being a couple? I think somewhere along the line we became mommy and daddy instead of being husband and wife first. Thank you all in advance for any help you can offer.
Answer by LuvMyMarine1024 at 7:15 PM on Mar. 10, 2011
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Answer by LuvMyMarine1024 at 8:03 PM on Mar. 10, 2011