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I think this is one of the best newsletters Dr Harley has ever written.

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Trust can be achieved in marriage, even after an affair. When honesty and thoughtfulness has been proven over a period of time (usually about two years), trust is created that does not have to be demanded. It comes naturally and effortlessly. And when it does, you have more reason to trust your spouse than you did before the affair took place.

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I can't figure out how to post a question ~ but this topic is what I was looking for ~ so here is my question:
My husband keeps all e-mail etc. a secret, he had to go into the hospital & told someone else where all his passwords were, so that if anything should happen to him that person would tell me the information. I feel hurt that he would do this, but can't discuss it with him ~ so how do I handle this. #2 My husband calls all females honey, sweetheart, dear but Never called me those names ~ again I feel hurt & need another way of looking at those expressions of endearment so that I don't feel so needy.
Any thoughts?

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Barbeem, go to the Surviving an Affair forum and click on "new topic" and post your question that way.


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