Emailing his ex is cheating or not?

by Debra
(Geary, Ok USA)

We do everything together and I was happy I thought.

It started back in July when I noticed that he was always too tried or busy working to return my calls or text.

I trusted him and thought we were happy had no clue that things weren't what they seemed. I had been working odd hours but still found time for him.

He just didn't want to do anything any more. One night I was helping him with an email to his boss when I came across two emails from his ex. I asked him what was going on. He told me he just wanted to be friends with her and it didn't mean anything.

I told him that if I wanted to be friends with my ex I would want more then just being friends. He took the laptop from me and walked out.

I didn't see him for three days. We talked but I had this mistrust in him that I started checking our cell phone bills and running a past check on the computer.

My feelings were right, he had three account emails to her and an email account on our cell phone.

I confronted him with all the the emails and asked what was going on? He had no answers to why? I am still having a hard time dealing with all this.

I made him cut all ties with her and I also confronted her by telling her what if I let her husband know what they were doing.

She still thinks that nothing was going on..What makes me mad is the fact that they think it was not cheating. Come on sending dirty talk or telling each other what they want to do is not cheating?

Dealing with betrayal is not easy to get over. We are trying and I will have a hard time trusting again.

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