He said he never intended for it to go anywhere, though he did meet one of the women once. When I first found out, I asked him to not touch anything on his profile until I had time to think about it. (I am not religious.) It's been two months since I found out and he hasn't done it yet.And when I finally decided a couple of days later that I needed to go through the site and find out the extent of his betrayal, I found that he had changed some things to tone down what he had done. He is seeing a psychiatrist and telling her his life story so that's more a shoulder to whine and cry on than someone who will hold him accountable for what he did.When trying to fix your marriage, speak to your husband about the issues that led him to visit online dating sites.This will make a difference in the way you approach fixing your marriage.
If this is the case, you may be able to repair the marriage by adding variety to your relationship.
Discovering that your husband is visiting online dating sites can be an emotionally devastating experience.
Although such behavior constitutes a betrayal and many wives consider this a form of adultery, if you and your husband can communicate your physical and emotional needs to each other, it may be possible to fix your marriage.
We recently relocated to a new state to be closer to my family.
I feel the issues are more on his side though (physically mostly).