And if that's what you decide to do, soberly and after much thought, then I support you, for what my support is worth. But, there is a massive difference between making out with someone and screwing them. I don't think you can make a general rule out of this. Just brace yourself and let her do what she wants and if she betrays you then you need to move on, but if she turns out to be repentant then you'll be a better couple for it. If she means everything to you now and you trust her, your choice is letting her carnal indiscretion be unforgivable where you must choose to face the future without her or opt to be more a little more disciplined yourself in what you allow yourself to dwell on. The only thing that can change is you.
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If we stay together I won't do it again. She also said that the screenshot was unlikely to resurface again. And the friends asked her to take care of him?! Especially in the first 6 months of a new relationship, most girls will continue to see whichever guy they were seeing prior to meeting you.
Originally posted by Vidar83 View Post. They have a transition period in the early part of a new relationship, where they gradually commit to you and leave behind their previous guy. She also said that the screenshot was unlikely to resurface again. Ever since then I have gotten paranoid that my boyfriend will find out the truth.
She will need to find the strength to face herself and all the things she doesn't want to see in herself, and you will need to support her through this - and it is all very good, very noble stuff, and really, really fucking hard. Does she see this as a serious problem that she needs to address or does she just see it as a kind of weird one-off for which she's terribly terribly sorry? She didn't tell me it was Dave as she didn't want my friendship ruined with him. I'd lean towards putting the couples therapy on the table after a few weeks of personal meditation, or maybe even after some independent counseling for yourself, if only to run through your feelings on it and get it out of your system in a productive space. Al-Anon is a support group for the friends and families of alcoholics, an affiliate of AA. Put things on hold at least with her. And if anyone wants to say "When I got married, I didn't want to cheat" or "I would never cheat on my husband", in the former case, good for you.