Our expert says:
As I say so often, one of the penalties of snooping is that it makes it so easy for the other guy to make the whole fuiss about you snoopping, rather than the more important issue of what you found. Now a big fuss about how he can't trust you, ignoring whether you vould trust him again. Which is the greater and more important offense ?
And what a peculiar argument for him to use, that when you didn't know he was cheating, it didn't bother you. So ? Does that make cheating OK ?
That he is making such pathetic excuses makes it clear that he knows what he did was wrong ( even the mere fact that he hid it, proves that ). Its not the knowing, but the fact that he isn't man enough to admit he did wrong, or to want to put it right. Marriage counselling could help, but only if he sincerely participated in it. Otherwise, consulting a lawyer on your side might help to wake him up a bit
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