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Suggest Remedy For Relationship Problem

Wife got a text from someone she worked with. I told her to stop talking/texting etc that guy because some events led me to believe she was cheating again(back in 2000, never said sorry,no reason given). It was just after our second child so I assumed post parton depresson. While I was in the car I told her to stop talking/texting him and do not delete it. When I got out she was still texting him and deleted the texts (the ones I didn t see since I left). I only know cause I told her I had a feeling she did. She confessed she did it so I wouldn t get hurt. Then she said she didn t know why she didn t even after I told her not too. What can this be?
Thu, 10 Jul 2014
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Its important for you to understand that you've to save your relationship. If your wife doesn't understand the consequences of her action, try to make the man understand who you are suspecting that his involvement in your life is disrupting your family's stability.

If it still doesn't work out, I'd suggest you to consult a marriage counselor.
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Suggest Remedy For Relationship Problem

Its important for you to understand that you ve to save your relationship. If your wife doesn t understand the consequences of her action, try to make the man understand who you are suspecting that his involvement in your life is disrupting your family s stability. If it still doesn t work out, I d suggest you to consult a marriage counselor.