Our expert says:
If he was unfaithful, didn't he cause his problems and the separation ? Why should you choose to take responsibility for his choices ? Sounds like he may be using his depression ( ir is it sadness, or self-pity ) as a tactic to try to drag you back. Moving on is his duty, and something he needs to work on with his therapist / shrink, and not your responsibility. You can't do it for him. His hope that he can lure you back may be a key factor in stopping him from doing what he needs to do, and work properly with his therapist.
yes, it's sad that he's sad - but he needs to take responsibility both for what he chose to do, and its results, and for getting himself right, rather than burdening someone else with his self-created burdens
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