Our expert says:
Your reaction is perfectly understandable. "Truth" can be an evasive thing. Though as you outline there are reasons for doubting his version of events, maybe it is the truth --- but you don't believe it. My point is that, whatever he says, how do you decide whether or not to believe it ? Counselling is a good idea --- maybe for him and/or you, personalliy --- but how about marriage counselling, with both of you participating ?
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