Q&A Should I Stay or Go?

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My husband is emotionally connected to a female friend he texts on a daily basis and she comes to our home community for planned outings with him every two weeks. When asked directly if he's having sexual relations with her, he refuses to answer or deflects but insists the friendship is one he wishes to continue. If I ask him to end contact, there will be consequences for our relationship but insists he will not leave me for her if she asks. I'm just to trust it will work out. I believe I'm being manipulated to give him time to secure the relationship with her. I offered time apart while he's sorting through his midlife crisis issues, and revisit our relationship later, but he gets angry and says I'm the one with problems. I feel like I'm going crazy...should I stay or go



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I know we aren’t supposed to give advice or answer directly but go. The quicker he sees legit consequences the clearer he’ll know it’s not right. You’ll also feel so much better being assertive about what’s important and having lates dowen entirely appropriate boundaries.

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