Q&A How Can We Help Our Son's Struggles in This Aftermath of Infidelity?

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Prior to D-Day, I initially confronted my husband about my thoughts he was cheating only to receive denial. He then commented to our 18 year old son about my suspicions, and stated, "If you're going to get blamed for it, you might as well do it." Our son was so upset he went to his guidance counselor for help. I didn't know any of this until a year later. Now our son is away at college and struggling with anger and depression. How can we help him?



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