I've asked him why he does it, especially if he knows it hurts me, and he couldn't explain it.
Never forget that people have a tendency to slip into a different psychological "zone" when they log on to Facebook or Twitter. On other occasions, it can be a fine art that requires wisdom, discernment, and maturity. Sometimes it's just a matter of establishing and maintaining appropriate boundaries. That love and that commitment represent the "bottom line" that determines all your thoughts, choices, and actions with reference to individuals of the opposite sex. In every circumstance, your love for your spouse and your commitment to your marriage should be your guiding principles.He goes on to say that she is a good girl with a good heart, delicate with a good sense of humor and that she deserves a guy that would respect her. Some background: When I first introduced myself to her, she didn't know that my husband was married.One time, in phone convo that he had infront of me she mentioned it was her birthday but she was stuck at school with no ride and he said he would take her to get some ice cream, but when I told him "cool, let's go" he cancelled the plan saying it would be awkward if I went since I didn't know her that well.After that, he continued to talk to other women online, insisting that they were just friends.I found pictures of other girls on his computer and copies of conversations.This in turn can erode the foundation of trust which is essential to every marriage.When that happens, it's just a short step to betrayal and infidelity.