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My husband has taken off his wedding ring as ‘it keeps catching on machinery’

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DEAR DEIDRE: MY husband has taken off his wedding ring as he says it keeps catching on machinery at work.

I think the reason is he does not want other women to know he is married.

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We are 44 and have been together for more than 20 years. I recently discovered that he’s had affairs behind my back. I found out after he got a text from an unknown number asking for sex. It was one of many messages from other women. Our sex life is good but this is making me anxious. I can’t trust him even though he says it is all in my head. How can I forgive him?

DEIDRE SAYS: Do not let him deflect his guilt by blaming you and fuelling your anxiety. Tell him your relationship is on the line.

He has taken chances with your sexual and general health, and he must be transparent with you if you are to stay together. 

His phone must be open to you, for starters.

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