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I have for a long time looked the other way, sometimes becoming friends with these women myself, but his behavior recently has me questioning these relationships.I don't think he's had an affair with any of them, but, for example, last night his IM twanged while we were looking at something on his computer.

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I have for a long time looked the other way, sometimes becoming friends with these women myself, but his behavior recently has me questioning these relationships. Can you check his texts on his cell phone or hack his email account? That the messages don't reveal infidelity (physical or emotional) on his part? Many of them (such as Yahoo) automatically keep logs of all conversations.

I don't think he's had an affair with any of them, but, for example, last night his IM twanged while we were looking at something on his computer. He sounds like he's cheating or on the verge of cheating. Happily married men don't have multiple, "private" relationships with single women when they are married. Check just one email or IM and I am sure you will have your answer. Happily married men don't have multiple, "private" relationships with single women when they are married. Check just one email or IM and I am sure you will have your answer. Why do you think he asks/needs the privacy if it is not the content of the messages that he fears will disturb you?

What do you think your husband would say if you asked for privacy in order to read an IM or an email message? you have no control over what he chooses to do) -- having relationships with other women (whatever that relationship is), BUT, he doesn't get to choose the "effect" of that action.

I work in a a HIGHLY male dominated profession and have lots and lots of male colleagues single and married. YOU are the one who gets to say whether or not it is affecting you -- they are your feelings you are talking about.

For me it's the privacy (he calls it privacy, I call it secrecy).

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