Q&A How Do I Know If I Can Trust My Own Judgement?

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Several months before D-Day, I sensed something was not right between my husband and me. I never imagined it would be an affair. In hindsight, I see instances that I should have listened to my gut, questioned more, verified more. We are now almost 2 years from D-Day. We have healed tremendously. There has been much improvement in our relationship. However, in recent weeks, I have had a sense that things are off. He swears nothing is wrong and nothing is going. And I fear pushing him away by continuing to as what's going on. We have strict guardrails in place regarding electronics and accounting for whereabouts. Looking at the facts, there does not appear to be anything amiss. However, I can not seem to shake this unsettled feeling. Is this normal? Is this just a trigger related to our upcoming D-Day anniversary? I hate not being able to trust my own judgement anymore.



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