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#404388 01/30/01 11:51 AM
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I purchased Spectrasoft, and found my hubby was still emailing OW and started making plans to meet another woman locally for sex. I was so hurt! I trusted him to be honest. So I confronted him, he says he knows it was wrong, and he says that if necessary, he would give up the internet. But I don't believe him. He has told me it was over since 9/15/00 and here I find he is still emailing ow in Indiana, and now emailing another ow here in my hometown. He admitted to pursuing a girl for sex, but it did not work out. He admitted that he was sorry, and did want to work things out, that is was over. I said that he had said that before, and I believed him then, why can't I believe him now, because I already gave him the chance to make it right, and he didn't. So I emailed ow to let her know about the other woman, and other woman to know about her. So I am hoping all three of h. ow will come down hard and make his life a living @#$$. Maybe I am to naive to believe in my own instincts. I should have known that he was not able to just forget it, and move on. OW was very clear in her attempts to tell him to go away. so now what? Three times forgiven, or should I just walk away? gn

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snugglermi,<P>Your H has some serious problems...<BR>...any chance of a commitment by him for counseling?<P>Like an addict...<BR>...he probably has to give up the Internet.<BR>...can he agree to this?<P>You have my prayers.<P> [Linked Image from marriagebuilders.com]<P>Jim


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