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    He's the one who should be earning your trust back not making you feel like crap because he turned up 30mins later then what was lead to believe.

    I suggest counselling if you really want to give it a go.

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    He's the one who should be earning your trust back not making you feel like crap because he turned up 30mins later then what was lead to believe.

    I suggest counselling if you really want to give it a go.

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    I'd find it frustrating, but then I'd also find all the questioning frustrating if I were him.

    You need to make a choice if you want to or can trust him again and then give him the opportunity to prove himself without you constantly on his case or calling him at work.

    Honestly though - if I were in your shoes, the fiancé flirting and the lying about going to work would be enough for me to leave.

    It's not ideal to have a relationship where one person is controlling and the other is constantly hiding things.. You should be bringing out the best in each other...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Theboys&me View Post
    I'd find it frustrating, but then I'd also find all the questioning frustrating if I were him.

    You need to make a choice if you want to or can trust him again and then give him the opportunity to prove himself without you constantly on his case or calling him at work.

    Honestly though - if I were in your shoes, the fiancé flirting and the lying about going to work would be enough for me to leave.

    It's not ideal to have a relationship where one person is controlling and the other is constantly hiding things.. You should be bringing out the best in each other...
    Agree 100%. When you fully trust someone you aren't constantly questioning everything the do/say.

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