My husband used to cheat on me and now he wants a threesome

My husband used to cheat on me and now he wants a threesome

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1/25/2022 11:14:00 AM

My husband used to cheat on me and now he wants a threesome

We have two children together and I want to settle down, but if he loves me like he says he does, why am I not enough for him?

is why I married him. But it appears to me that he doesnot feel the same way. I cannot– if he loves me like he says he does–I am not enough?Some people find monogamy impossible. They are just wired that way. In fact, monogamy is difficult for most people. I understand that trust is very important to you, yet right from the beginning you knew your husband was rarely just with you. You have stayed with him and had children, and there is clearly deep love between you so I am wondering why have you now reached a point where his non-monogamous lifestyle is insufferable? In reality, he is not going to change. Your choices are to separate, or stay with him and make the most of what is good between you – despite the torture. You would do well to consider what it is about you that binds you to this constant state of disappointment and longing. After you understand that, you may make the healthier choice.

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I have reached a point where I am ready to settle down and that is why I married him. But it appears to me that he does not feel the same way . I cannot – if he loves me like he says he does – I am not enough? Some people find monogamy impossible. They are just wired that way. In fact, monogamy is difficult for most people. I understand that trust is very important to you, yet right from the beginning you knew your husband was rarely just with you. You have stayed with him and had children, and there is clearly deep love between you so I am wondering why have you now reached a point where his non-monogamous lifestyle is insufferable? In reality, he is not going to change. Your choices are to separate, or stay with him and make the most of what is good between you – despite the torture. You would do well to consider what it is about you that binds you to this constant state of disappointment and longing. After you understand that, you may make the healthier choice. Pamela Stephenson Connolly is a US-based psychotherapist who specialises in treating sexual disorders. If you would like advice from Pamela on sexual matters, send us a brief description of your concerns to