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  brrarm  |  17

Sorry for the trust issues.
But also People usually suspect others in what they are themselves capable of or are doing. Be careful He might be cheating on you :(

  perdix  |  29

He's just stalling so he can get rid of his girlfriend before you get home.

It's usually guilty people who are the most suspicious of their spouses.

  thatssomeBS  |  9

Now, 154, is the time where you stop questioning perdix.
By the way, OP, there is no reason to stay in a relationship with a partner that does not, and probably will never, trust you. Good luck.

  r0ckPrinc3sS  |  0

Not only is he insecure, he is also an idiot!!
What!!?? Op can only have an affair outside of her work?? Maybe op is getting it on with her boss. A little "overtime"! ;)

By  k010sweetygurl  |  5

U might as well get a divorce

  Penguin_swc  |  0

You CAN'T prove a negative to people like that. And they don't change. They just get worse. OP's life will keep getting worse for the next 80 years. She can get out now or live in hell for the next 70 years. Seems mean of you to wish suffering on her.

  DocBastard  |  38

Disturbedrox - it's because the majority of people that say that are immature kids who have no idea what it takes to have a real adult relationship.

All marriages have difficulties, and the key to a strong long-term relationship is COMMUNICATION.

  TheNewGuy03  |  28

Divorce should be the last resort. However, there are some things that make that decision easier (e.g., inability to communicate, lingering trust issues, abuse, etc.). Once you've exhausted your other options, then pressing the "big red button" on the relationship is a viable option.

Not everything is meant to be, despite our insistence to the contrary.

|the kid|


Penguin, you are speaking out of your rear, friend. Speak for yourself alone. Not all are alike yourself, nor anyone you may know to so boldly state something as if it very well were factual.

  thatssomeBS  |  9

89- There are three very important pieces needed for a successful relationship. You got the first one, communication. The other two are trust and respect. Without mutual trust and respect, no amount of communication will save that train. Eventually it will jump the rails and take multiple innocent people with it.

  stacianichole  |  2

I think OP's husband's behavior is a bit controlling and unhealthy WHICH would warrant counseling but if he were to refuse, I'm sorry, but this stuff doesn't change for the better on its own.

  ohmandapants  |  16

^ you're absolutely right.
And for the people who didn't get my comment, 'cause obviously some people didn't, OP is in an abusive relationship, and it has gotten so bad that he is able to manipulate and hurt her without actually being there. Trust issues are one thing, making her punch herself out to "prove" that she's faithful is another.

  kodinbug  |  2

Totally agree. It seems that when someone has that extreme of a trust issue in a relationship it's because they themselves are cheating or not being faithful.

  Daralea  |  21

Well, he does care. Not for her, but for himself. He wants to see the footage to quell his own suspicions. This has nothing to do with OP's security/safety while staying late. If he cared about that he would call/have her call just before leaving to make sure she was alright.

  deviable  |  9

Some people are just paranoid. It's not necessarily ops fault. People who have cheated are often paranoid about their partner doing the same. Or maybe his previous partner cheated on him, you never know.

  Commander223  |  9

True. I did not think of it like that. But also, if you're going to be so worried about particular things like this, why even have a partner? You would think that since OP said "Husband" they would have trust in each other in the first place.