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I'd been dating my boyfriend for over a year when I opened a drawer in his kitchen (looking for a pen) and found a photo of a very trashy looking girl. I looked at the photo, asked him who it was and he replied "an old girlfriend." He didn't make a big deal about it, but I just couldn't let it go. The following week I was alone in his apartment while he went to the gym. I went back to the drawer to look at the photo again. This time, I found a bunch more photos with him and her together and they were recent. In one of the photos, he was wearing a shirt that I had bought for him as a gift just two months earlier. I also found a phone number on a piece of paper, which closely resembled his cell phone number with the name "Marie" written next to it. I didn't say anything to him about it, but I did call her to find out who she was. She said that she was his girlfriend for the past 2 years. We had a long conversation about their relationship and about ours. It was crazy how everything started falling into place. When I asked her what she did for a living and found out she was a stripper, I nearly flipped out. I guess it made me feel worse because he had always told me how proud he was of me for owning my own catering business and that he liked that I had not only brains and ambition, but that I was also beautiful. I felt like the entire time we were together was one big lie and that hurt me more than anything. I ended up calling him to tell him that I knew about his other life and that he could have her because I was not going to be played by him any longer. He begged me to take him back and I gave him another chance, but I could never truly trust him again. Once that initial trust is broken, it's very hard to forgive and forget. The thing that finally made me realize that he really wasn't sorry for what he did was that he blamed me for finding what I found. That is just wrong! I don't care what anyone says ... if you think your man is cheating, always trust your intuition. If you need to look for physical signs, then your relationship is already over! Ditch 'em and move on.... -- Robyn, 38
 
 
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