Our expert says:
Not unusual for a man to ignore emotional infidelity, and insist that so long as there was no physical sex, he doesn't see why you'd be so upset --- but of course, if he truly believed that there was nothing about this relationship to upset you, he'd have told you all about it at the time --- people only hide what they think is disreputable. Counselling would be considered a good idea, but it doesn't sound as though the last counsellor managed to achieve much of lasting value. Mabe some sessions for yourself, to outline and weight your options, as to what is better for you and the children, would be useful ?
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