We are great friends, I admired and respected him, and I trusted him completely. I have always been against marriage and felt that it was only because my husband was so exceptional that it made sense (my father abandoned us when we were kids). I don't want to tell my family because I am afraid they will stop respecting him.
When I confronted him about the website, I found out that he had been doing it for six months (from the time my second daughter was a month old). A divorce would also cause a lot of heartache in both our families (we are from a country where this is not common). I have asked him to come clean with his parents because it would make me feel like it's a sign of being truly repentant.
We recently relocated to a new state to be closer to my family.
I feel the issues are more on his side though (physically mostly).
It frustrated me terribly in the beginning, but I learned to live with it because I thought everything else was perfect.
Checking up on a partner’s activities almost always involves surveillance of some sort, ranging from carefully observing their actions and behaviors to monitoring their activities online.
Hi Meredith, I have been with my husband for 12 years, and married for almost 10. A few months after my second one was born, I happened upon a dating site left open on my husband's laptop. We have never had a great sex life because of issues on both sides.
He had not only created a profile but also corresponded with several women looking to have an intimate fling. It's something we have both tried to work on, off and on.
Your partner may be accessing the internet from a computer, tablet or mobile device, which can make it more difficult for you to monitor what they’re doing.
It's always best to talk with your significant other rather than spying on them, however.That eroded my trust further because he had promised he wouldn't change anything on the site. Shall we live together and find a way to make this bearable or should I move on?