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I discovered (long story short via a "junk" email) that my husband two weeks ago set up an account on fling.com.
I have never not trusted him before as he is very devoted. He hasn't
put up a picture or communicated with anyone, likely because you'd have
to pay to upgrade and I do our banking and would see a charge.
do not think he has actually cheated. However, his profile does list
our specific city which to me shows some intent of meeting a real
person. (He watches porn a lot and I'm fine with that but if it's real
ppl I feel it's different.) In the section for what he is interested in,
he listed experimentation, threesomes, and "open to a relationship."
That's the part that got me. He may have gone on this one time only but
it was recent.
As a brief background we already have problems
and are in counseling, namely for his concern with not good enough
sex/lack of desire/enthusiasm on my part.
What would you make of this? Thank you.