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Yes, tread carefully, but don't be so quick to judge him. I have been married for under a year and started seeing the signs of my husband using these sites a few months ago, shortly after I got pregnant.Since we got pregnant in July i have found him with a new dating site on three separate occasions, each time he's remorseful, feels sorry and says he never wants to loose me, I am all he has and he needs me.He is extremely sorry and I know he loves me but I feel like although he has not physically cheated on me he has mentally. He says he hasnât been on since I nearly caught him (when he crashed the computer)and that he was never going to again but all I think is what about if I hadnât caught him, in 10 years time he could still be doing it. There was a patch in the beginning of my relationship with my husband where his mother forced him (we were 16 and 17, so yes she could force him) to break up with me. At the time I was pregnant and it was an additional blow I did not need. I could tell he was sorry and did not want to break up with me.He is everything to me, my best friend, my husband, my life. He shut down all 3 profiles and his email account in front of me. A man just does not get physically sick like that due to emotions.We are committed to maintaining standards, protecting users and giving those users assurance as outlined in Our Guiding Principles. A link to our customer service arrangements is provided here.
Me at 25 weeks pregnant he has a new computer and starts shutting the screen when I get close.
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He had lots of emails from people but hadnât ever opened any of them other than the odd one to accept a friend or request a friend.
When I confronted him he told me he had been really stupid and never thought about what he was risking.