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|Tue, 06-24-2014 - 12:33am|
My boyfriend proposed to me. I presumed at the time he was having a sexting/phone cheating relationship with a woman who lived in the next state. I found the proof I needed, but let it go because I knew at some point I would catch him. He knew that I suspected but kept "reassuring" me that he wasn't. So he lied. Then he was in ICU in the hospital. I had his cell phone to let his family who lives in another state know how he was doing. I was getting ready to make a call, and a text popped up from this woman. I let it go for a few minutes, and I called her to ask "who is this?" That is all I said, and he never heard from her again. He knew that I called her, and I told him to me that sexting and talking on the phone was cheating. He told me that it would never happen again, and left his phone out where I could see it. I checked it for a while, and there was nothing out of the ordinary on it. Then a few weeks ago, he had some problems with his family and got drunk. I went to bed and was woken up a little later to him talking on the phone. I let him finish his phone conversation, but I heard every bit of it. He was talking to an exgirlfriend about having sex with her and how much he loves her. He saw me standing in the bedroom door, and got very upset. I don't argue with someone who is drunk, because you don't get anywhere. He tried to start a fight, but it didn't work. I told him I was hurt and I didn't like what was going on. As far as that night goes, I don't believe he talked to her again until tonight. Then tonight when he went to bed, his phone was not out. I found his phone, and it was turned off. I turned it on, and a text message from the exgirlfriend shows up with her saying something that should only be said between me and him. To me sexting is cheating. Am i wrong in feeling that way? I enjoy sex, and he can have it anytime he wants. He tells me he enjoys our sex life. I believe we have a good relationship, and he keeps telling me that he loves our life. We just moved from a small mobile home to a larger nicer apartment. This woman lives in a big city where he told me a long time ago he doesn't ever want to go back to. He likes the smaller town life. We went to a family get together over the weekend, and he told me that his family told him that he has a "good woman" in his life. But I don't want to play jsecond choice to anyone exgirlfriend or some other woman. How do I tell him that this has to stop or we are done?