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i know that snooping is worng, but when i snooped on my husband, i found that he still watched porn and one particular time i saw a message from him to another girl asking if she would sleep with him. this was a while back but it still hurts me and its always in my mind. i dont know if he is still attacted to me or not. he tells me that he loves me and that im sexy to him, but the only time that he get frisky is when he is playing around and is never serious. what should i do!! please help me.
you know, I thought my ex was my best friend too
best friends don't treat each other like this
I know it's scary but you have to lay it on the line - do you want to spend the rest of your life thinking about what he MIGHT be doing?
life is too short sister, confront him
This is obviously something that is tearing you up inside so it'll have to be dealt with or you'll just have it festering in you, building resentment and anger. That's likely worse than not dealing with it.
About three years ago I did the same thing. For some reason I felt a bit worried, so I went into her facebook and found out she had been messaging a guy in a flirty way, very suggestive. I had the same issue as you, should I say anything since I only found out by snooping?
Well, it took a week, but I did say something, though she knew something was up too because I was acting weird. It caused a bit of a fight, she got defensive about it. But she admitted that she could see why it bothered me.
It took time and we worked through it. I think the reason we got through it is I decided quickly whether or not I wanted to stay with her or not over it. I decided to stay, and I immediately put the incident behind me. I'm not saying I didn't think about it, and on occassion we still talk about it, but I don't harbor resentment over it because that's not going to help us move on. She knows that if it were to ever happen again that I'd leave without even saying good-bye, and that's that.
We have moved on from it and have grown much closer together, are engaged and are more in love now than ever.
If you talk to him, and I always advocate communication, be ready for him to get defensive and get upset at your snooping. Remind him that you only snooped because you felt the need to and your need turned out to be justified. That justification is the greater of the two evils.
Before talking to him though, you should decide if you want to stay with him or not (it sounds like you do want to stay). If you do stay, be prepared to do your best to leave it in the past and to help him and yourself take the steps to make sure this doesn't happen again.
I found out shortly after it happened in september. He was underway and i was using his computer cause my was messed up. I really do love him. He know s that something is bothering me. I just dont have the guts to say something. And i know that it needs to be said Posted via Mobile Device
I think the only advice at first is to ask him what is the e-mail all about. Get his reason, but listen to your gut and if you don't believe him, tell him so. Either way, the only real productive course of action is to ask him about it and see what he has to say as to why he did it. I doubt any reason he'll have is a good one, but listen and go from there.