Q&A How Do I Push Forward in Recovery When I Feel That My Mate Isn't Trust Worthy?

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My husband had affairs with 5 women last year. 3 of them were hook ups with women he met online but 1 of those became a "thing" till she left the country. Of the other 2, 1 was a woman he met at the gym and the last one a younger work colleague. Prior to this, he has had emotional affairs with a few women which I found out about in 2008 and he swore to me had ended. I was drip fed information about the recent infidelities and since D-day in February I've discovered that he maintained contact with the emotional affair partners, one of which was from 2005 till 2014 which is the last chat between them that I stumbled on. He's swearing to me again that his relationship with the work colleague has ended and he would never put me through this pain again but I don't believe anything he tells me anymore because he's never cone clean about what he's done. How do I continue in the relationship in these circumstances when I just don't feel that he's trust worthy? He's taking steps regarding healing e.g EMSO but hasn't, in my opinion, faced up to his sex addiction or the root causes of his acting out. What would you advise that I do?



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