Q&A Would My Spouse Apologizing to Our Friends Restore My Sense of Honor?

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During my husband’s affair he said some very negative things about me and our marriage to a few of our friends to justify his actions which I know is typical of the unfaithful. After D-Day we separated and he began to make his relationship with the AP even more public to people we know. Now one year later we are back together and doing fairly well. My problem is that now when I see these friends and acquaintances I’m embarrassed and uncomfortable to be around them since I know my husband said so many damaging and false things about me. I’m also upset that not one of them told him he was doing anything wrong. There’s a part of me that feels like he owes me an apology in front of them. Is that ridiculous? How do I deal with and get over these feelings?

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