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Can't get over thinking he's cheating

(7 Posts)
Cantgetaroundthis11 Thu 24-Mar-16 03:04:51

Dh meant to finish 2am text at 2.30 says still at work..... I'm besides myself I just keep thinking he's cheating. But I can't go around just accusing him for no reason. I really need help sad

AyeAmarok Thu 24-Mar-16 03:10:15

Well no, that alone is not a reason to think someone is cheating unless there is a backstory.

Does he have form?

Cantgetaroundthis11 Thu 24-Mar-16 03:12:52

He says he's never cheated before but in his last job used to come in 4 hours after shift ended sometimes also had deleted texts to a female work colleague. In the past he's messaged other women and deleted messages so no idea what content has been. I'm unsure. I just guess I don't trust him

Redglitter Thu 24-Mar-16 03:18:54

Is it feasible he has got delayed at work is his job the type he can't just get up and walk off from

AyeAmarok Thu 24-Mar-16 03:23:55

Well in that case then, you're not being unreasonable. He's given you reason to feel insecure.

This is probably not something that will improve while you stay in this relationship. Is this man really worth this? All this anguish?

TheNaze73 Thu 24-Mar-16 08:16:55

Why don't you sit him down & confront him if it's causing you that must anguish? I must admit, if I was challenged on this, I'd laugh it off as I'm not doing anything wrong & so should he. People normally only react badly or get the hump because they've been rumbled

Bree85 Thu 24-Mar-16 12:55:45

Yeah I agree. Why don't have a sincere talk with your husband? So you will stop being paranoid about the situation, whether its true or not.

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