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Posted by: Worried | 2009/07/02

Concerns

My husband had an affair about 3 years ago. The thing is that eventhough we have moved on, I still think about it. There are small things that remind me about it. Also, when we argue, I still feel very insecure. He says he love me so much and he is very committed...but it doesnt make a difference.

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Is this a major pat of what you think about, or only one of many things, good and bad, which you think about ? Is it, in other words, in proportion ? Even when we move on sucessfully, we usually don't completely forget what happened, and can be reminded of it. Wouldn't some marriage counselling be useful to both of you ?

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Posted by: Worried | 2009/07/02

I do think about the good, but it seems as if the bad out weighs the good...meaning I think more about the bad than the good..it is getting better as long as i have not reminders of the past happening. We did go for marriage counselling...but to me it seemed pointless because the problem was still there. But, i am trying to be happy and dont let my husband know if something reminds me about it. He gets very upset. He feels it was the biggest mistake of his life.

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