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hi all, my husband gave this to me and I don't think I can keep it together much longer. I am very happy that this type of forum exists, I have noone to talk to about this, he likes to pretend it never happened, that he never went out and screwed his coworker and brought this home to me, but it did happen.

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I'm sorry to hear that. It would be nice if he would man up and take responsibility. We are here to help. There are alot of people in here and all have info and support for you. Just start talking to some people, we will help you through this.

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Hello Twinkle Girl, I think it's a good thing you joined this forum. You are definitely not alone. I'm sorry your husband cheated on you. I hope he begged for your forgiveness and never does it again, especially if you are planning to stay with him. I'm sorry he's not mature enough to talk to about this virus he bestowed upon you. With that being said you will move on for this if you choose to. This virus will not do half as much damage to you as the stigma will on your mind. Do yourself a favor and read up on the virus. This link is amazing and has made me feel instantly better.


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