Am I foolish for not being more angry over this?
Apologies for any spelling or grammar errors. I'm on my mobile device.
So, after a year of my husband and I having issues and getting nowhere, I moved out. I moved less than a mile away, so I was nearby should anything happen.
Anyway, two weeks after I moved out, we met up for dinner, got into an argument, and then a few days later my husband said he was filing for divorce. Another two weeks after that he began seeing someone else. This relationship lasted two months, and he did have sex with her during this time.
Eventually he came to me asking for discernment counseling because he realized the other woman wasn't me, and he wanted to see if this could be salvaged.
Anyway, I did not know about the dating until the first week of January. He never admitted to sleeping with her until last week when we were in discernment counseling. It only came up because I said I would not be interested in reconciling if he slept with her. This caused an uproar in our counseling because my husband told the therapist i knew he had slept with the other person. My husband justified his uproar with the line, "I thought it was implied."
So, I will admit: I am not inclined to reconcile given that I know now he slept with her. However, I'm not angry about it. I view it as he told me he was filing for divorce, and then went out and started seeing someone else.
Should I care more about this? Should I be angry? This just confirmed that he is not someone I want to waste any further time on, but even the counseler was kind of shocked I wasn't angry. He said it is cheating, and I have every right to be upset about it...But I just can't be bothered to waste the energy.