In today’s technological world many marriages suffer from a new form of unfaithfulness, online dating.
When you discover your husband using online dating sites, you will automatically imagine the worst, that he is following through and is probably meeting other women. That is probably not happening, and it is not too late for your marriage, even if it is. Reactions, as you recall from biology, are instinctive responses with one purpose: to save your life.
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Because we have helped more women save their marriage than I can count. Your mind will tell you your whole life is threatened. It’s not my job to sugarcoat (I was referred to as the “iron fist” by some clients), so don’t get ahead of me. Here are the possibilities: to do is confront him, and you are probably wondering how.
It frustrated me terribly in the beginning, but I learned to live with it because I thought everything else was perfect.
He was thoughtful, helpful, always remembered anniversaries, and always had something special planned. I don't want my kids to grow up in a broken family, and I am certain I don't want to remarry or have any other men in my life.
He said he never intended for it to go anywhere, though he did meet one of the women once. When I first found out, I asked him to not touch anything on his profile until I had time to think about it. (I am not religious.) It's been two months since I found out and he hasn't done it yet.
And when I finally decided a couple of days later that I needed to go through the site and find out the extent of his betrayal, I found that he had changed some things to tone down what he had done. He is seeing a psychiatrist and telling her his life story so that's more a shoulder to whine and cry on than someone who will hold him accountable for what he did.
Assuming you have his password, open his Internet browser.
Once the browser is open, go to tools and options, typically at the top of the page. A website such as PCs-N-Dreams is a great resource for learning how each browser’s history is checked.
When dealing with a situation as sensitive as whether your husband is checking out other women online, it's important to remember that as of yet there's no bad news -- at least not in terms of infidelity on the Web. There are some steps you can take to determine whether your husband has established any Internet dating profiles.