Most Helpful Girl
hey there hunny, well firstly you are a great deal smarter and savvy than i think you actually realise and secondly your guy is very lucky to have you in his life. Of course here on in its my opinion, going from mostly your side of the view... to me it appears that actually youve been through those early days are three years past it and are actually happy so i could assume his behaviour is good and has been from then. you say quite clearly when you feel down etc then you have a drop and feel drawn back to those times of insecurity that you recall? not that he is acting in anyway like he did back then to arouse these feelings... so if understand you correctly it sounds like you have wavering emotional states that lend you to feel down, insecure which then lead your mind back to more emotional traumatic times? rather than anything he is currently doing? if we address this possible view point it is quite natural but still somewhat shows a level of you not feeling quite your potential full worth that you can absolutely exist in this world ALONE no matter what... possibly is he still not a partner that is giving enough to you to make you feel wanted and secure? enough from me your turn xx
Most Helpful Guy
Once trust is broken it is incredibly hard to get it back. Cheating is one that I could never forgive and still be with that person. If you're going to worry about this happening, it won't just go away. I'm sorry I don't have more encouraging words but don't ever say you're not enough. You are a lot better than me to even forgive someone that would do that and still be with them.