Our expert says:
Weeping and breaking the phone is hardly an impressive response to being caught cheating. And does she think you'll feel better for being told it wasn't "serious", as though frivolous cheating should be OK ? His excuse is unconvincing --- he was scared you'd leave him --- so he left you, or at least did something that made it very likely you would leave him. YOu might in time learn to trust him again, if you really want to do this. But I don't see how it benefits you to stay together but bring it up all the time --- doesn't that just upset you more, and more often ? But don't indulge in any fantasies of revenge by cheating yourself --- that just irretrievably damages the relationship, and actually does NOT feel good on your side either. Don't stoop to his level. As Mom always said, two wrongs don't make a right.
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