monsterpie Posted January 20 Share Posted January 20 We got married for 15 months, and I found out that he was cheating before we got married, and the affair continued post marriage for another half a year. Currently the affairs has ended and I only found out about this last month. We talked it out, and decided to move on as a couple and try to overcome this together with conditions that he would delete the chats (done), photos and videos of the girl in his phone. He agreed to it immediately saying it was a huge mistake and he has no intention to look back at the memories at all. In between I did ask him if he has deleted everything, he said YES. One month later, I found out that those photos and videos were hidden in his album with passcode protection rather than being deleted. I was trying very hard to rebuild the trust that we had just lost and now I am not sure if he is still worth forgiving? This to me comes down to a man keeping to his words and his sincerity in making up to the infidelity. FYI, he went on a 2N holiday with that girl while I was having a miscarriage (while we were stuck in different cities). To decide to forgive him initially was already a huge step I was willing to take to give us another chance. Please advice if secretly keeping those photos and videos he promised to get rid of is a huge deal breaker? Quote Link to comment
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