DEAR DEIDRE: MY husband has always been suspicious that I’m cheating, yet he was the one who had an affair.
My son thinks he’s abusive and I shouldn’t put up with it.
For more advice from Dear Deidre
No issue is too small, too large or too embarrassing. Read our personal replies here.
- Dear Deidre on Mental Health
- Dear Deidre on Identity
- Dear Deidre on Debt and Money
- Dear Deidre on Work
- Dear Deidre on Health and Wellbeing
- Dear Deidre on Addiction
He drinks every day but if I buy a new top he says: “Who did you buy that for?”
I only ever have a night out if my daughter invites me but he still accuses me of all sorts when I get home.
He even told my son that he thinks I’m having an affair because I’ve been helping a friend who lost her mother recently.
Get in touch in Deidre
Every problem gets a personal reply, usually within 24 hours weekdays.
Send an email to [email protected]
Or private message us via the DearDeidreOfficial Facebook page.
We change all personal details in our published stories to protect your identity.
He had a brief affair with a work colleague years ago yet I forgave him.
I did nothing but he’s always accusing me. We are both 55.
DEIDRE SAYS: Accusing you of cheating deflects the attention away from himself and the guilt about his own infidelity. It is emotional abuse.
Tell him that you’re unhappy and you can’t go on with this air of mistrust.
You’ve forgiven him for his infidelity so he has to stop accusing you.
If things don’t improve, seek help through Tavistock Relationships which provides counselling online (tavistockrelationships.org, 020 7380 1960).
NEXT IN TODAY'S DEAR DEIDRE I believe in diversity but why did my black colleague get a promotion over me?
READ DEIDRE'S PHOTO CASEBOOK Dee’s excited to be pregnant but it is likely to make Aaron’s ex Liv sad
GET IN TOUCH How the page works and how to contact us
Source: Read Full Article