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By  Sonotsuave  |  32

Assuming you haven’t nor have shown behavior to make him think you have, that’s completely outlandish and uncalled for. Either means he’s the one messing around or he’s got serious trust issues in general. Either way, either have a long talk with him or rethink your marriage

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By  Sonotsuave  |  32

Assuming you haven’t nor have shown behavior to make him think you have, that’s completely outlandish and uncalled for. Either means he’s the one messing around or he’s got serious trust issues in general. Either way, either have a long talk with him or rethink your marriage

By  Miss Beep  |  12

My boyfriend's mom kept telling him at first that our soon-to-be baby is "probably not his anyways" and I know we haven't been together long but it's still so heartbreaking. I'm sorry that your husband is like that but hopefully, that was just a response out of shock and not a genuine concern of his. ❤

By  Nix188  |  12

I have really severe trust issues as well tbh. I've been with my lady for 5 years now and if she gave me that kinda news, that would probably be one of my first remarks. definitely not THE first though. Sounds shitty, but your guy and myself alike, torture ourselves not being able to trust a single soul, and theres nothing we can do about it. Sorry you have to deal with our type.

By  alycion  |  32

Nix, there are plenty of types of therapies to help with personality disorders. They are learned behaviors so they can be unlearned. It’s up to you to take control of your mental health. If you’d seriously ask that question, then you’ve crossed past put up with into you need to work on that.