Dear Robyn and Skippy,

I have only been married about six months and I have already cheated on my wife. I don’t know why I got married. I love her and I want to be with her, but old habits die hard. My problem is that if I ever lost her I would be devastated. I don’t want to tell her the truth but I am also not sure I can stop cheating. It is exciting and gives me a thrill that she just doesn’t give me. I don’t want to hurt her. I want to fix things so that cheating isn’t so tempting. I don’t know how to do that. HELP ME.


Failing at Faithful

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  1. Hmm….he doesn’t want to hurt her, but he IS. Exposing her to STDs, betraying her trust, etc, etc. I say he wants to be with her because she represents security. He doesn’t really want to be married to her all that bad if he isn’t sure he could stop cheating. Rip that selfish bandaid off and turn her loose to find a better man.

    • Robyn here. There is nothing more selfish than cheating on someone. And I am not sure that he will ever be able to stop.


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