Our expert says:
Sounds like you are wise to take part in couples counselling, for the reasons you describe. Such counselling is not meant to be glue, to stick a couple together, but to enable you both to clarify what has been happening, to understand your choices, and to make wiser and calmer decisions.
Discovering that you husband may have been unfaithful to you, or may have been planning to do so, would obviously be upsetting. It doesn't sound as if you can yet be sure what happened or might eventually have happened, but the counselling sessions may help to clarify this.
One point I don't understand : if you are married to him, how could he have planned to marry someone else, as well ? did he plan Bigamy ? Did she know he is married ? Or did he mislead her, as well as you ?
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