Show Notes for Thursday June 27, 2019

Show Notes for Thursday June 27, 2019

Dear John,

I am absolutely heartbroken. I've been married for three years. I love my wife so much. Yesterday I was looking for my phone and couldn't find it, so I picked up her phone to call my phone so I could find it. When I opened her phone I saw a discussion she was having with another man. I feel like I was punched in the gut. There were photos of the two of them. Several of these photos were pictures of them being intimate. I love my wife and want to make it work if possible, but how do we move forward now? I have not even confronted her about this, so she has no idea that I know. What is the right thing for me to do in this awful situation?

Signed – Heartbroken Husband

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