Our expert says:
Its understandable that you worry that he apparently wants to avoid you, or being home, or something, by wandering each weekend. Its not enough of an explanation to say he's been like this since childhood - maybe he wore nappies as a child, but that wouldn't be a really good reason for wearing them now.
Its obviously not about him not wanting to just stay at home at the weekends, but about going out alone, as your example shows -even if you go out together, he then wants to go out on his own.
Maybe tere are not other women in his life, but with this pattern of behaviour, it'd be hard for you to feel secure about this.
Wouldn't it be a wise investment for you both to see a marriage counsellor, and work out whether you can have a happy and trusting relationship together ?
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