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by anonymous

Hello,

My husband insists on being on Facebook for hours at night connecting with old girlfriends/fiances. He doesn't share any of it with me and says its none of my business. He reaches out on Facebook messenger. He also drinks too much at night ....2-3 martinis and wine, so all boundaries go by the wayside. If I say anything I get the rage response!

We have been married 17 years and there is no intimacy he clearly is having emotional affairs all over Facebook. Any advice or help would be appreciated, he will not let me spend any money on this. He wants to take a trip to our hometown "alone" and I don't like that.
Thanks, Nancy

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