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My husband admitted to cheating with a co-worker 8 months ago. He agreed to stop contact with her, but three months later I found some e-mails they had been sending back and forth while at work. His side was friendly. Hers was offering more. He agreed (again) to discontinue all contact. His only e-mail acct is through work and the system is extremely secure. I'd really like to check up on him, but I'm not sure how. I don't want to keep asking him about her and look like I'll never be able..

There's not much that you can do while he's at work. Your best indicators will be by being alert to changes in how he's acting around you. By taking him back after he cheated, you have acknowledged that you are willing to trust him again. Remember, part of the problem with having been cheated on the first time is that the second time you must be highly aware and willing to go through the hurt again...should it happen again. His willingness to show you emails sent between the two of them may help.. .......... Read More

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