Our expert says:
So the divorce was his decision, and apparently for selfish reasons. To have then changed his mind only a week later, is feeble, frivolous and foolish. It was kind, but not wise, of you to have taken him back. TO have then found that he was still cheating on you, should have been the final straw, confirming that you must complete and finalize the divorce and move on with your own life, and leave him to stew in his own juices, to live with the situation he chose to create.
You have every right to be angry about this. He sounds too immature and self-centred to be worth anyone marrying, and you observe he was like this before you married, and never bothered to change - he's not likely to ever bother to change. Make sure the divorce is completed, and speak with your lawyer about making sure he is evicted from your home, with a court restraining order forbidding him from approaching or bothering you again.
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