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It never happened again, he completely ignored her, and three days later I accused them.
(Quick note: He and I and our newborn have been tested for HSV-2 as well as other STDs and have tested negative).
Then during the last week in March, my mother confided in me that she had HSV-2 (genital herpes) and had had it for 10 years.
She explained that her current boyfriend was accusing her of passing on the disease and was threatening to take her to court because she had kept it hidden. I have something, an STD.” I asked him who he had been with besides me; he said, “You already know who!
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My husband and I have been together for seven years.
He unlocked his phone and deleted the message and said, “You’re being ridiculous.” I started losing my cool. ” My husband came in screaming, telling me to return to our bedroom because I’d lost my mind. The next afternoon, my mother suggested I see a therapist and maybe ask for an antidepressant after my pregnancy because I’m paranoid and anxious.
I walked swiftly across the house and into my mother’s room and confronted her, asking her if she had something going on with my husband. Six weeks after my pregnancy I did just that, but I couldn’t shake the feeling that there had been something more to their messages.
My mother has been living with us for the past year and a half.
- Do not worry, if you threaten her to repeat what she will be silent as a fish!
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Look to them for the sense of security and confidence you’re craving. And work with a therapist on figuring out your feelings toward your husband.
Don’t rush back into his arms and don’t make the mistake of sweeping this under the rug and moving forward like nothing happened because you think that’s easier and less painful and will keep your family intact.