Most Helpful Guy
Sounds like you need to make a choice, because if he is cheating, then he will always cheat, and you will always forgive him. If he isn't cheating, then why does he not trust you, surely to have a relationship as good as yours, he has to trust you 100% and you him, but you don't, and nor does he, so to me, this says the relationship is damaged. How much, only you know that, but for him to not involve you in his nights out is also strange to me. I personally think you deserve better, because a guy who is into his woman, would never treat you in a way where you could express your feelings in a way you have here, so really, you should move on and make room for a guy who would effortlessly show you just how much you really do mean to him, and not take you for granted, and trust you, which is needed for any relationship to work, x
Most Helpful Girl
I don't think things are going to work with the two of you. You started a relationship based on cheating, so both of you believe the other is capable of it. You should've left the first time he cheated on you, because he's now made it very clear he's capable of cheating on anyone, and that it wasn't just an exception for you. Now, he doesn't trust you either, because he's done it to you and he knows you've done it to other people.
There is no trust and no consistency. You haven't cheated on this relationship, but he has, and that's enough to realize he just can't be trusted. He also doesn't believe he can trust you even though he clearly still has feelings. Trust is #1 in a relationship, there's no getting around that. No trust, no relationship.