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slimbaby1983 slimbaby1983 22-25, F 7 Answers Aug 24, 2011

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Either he is insecure or he is guilty.

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One mind here.

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There IS a saying, "He who checks under beds, has hidden there before..." But even if he isn't guilty and it's just a case of extreme insecurity, can you deal with the mistrust implied ? Assuming you haven't given him a reason not to trust you, can you accept constantly having to walk on eggshells ?

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Couldn't have said it better myself.

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Its a possibility. He could just be highly insecure, but I found from experience that the accuser is usually the doer. My ex-wife would constantly "worry" that Id cheat on her. She even threatened me with what would happen if I ever did. Turns out she was the one who was doing all the cheating. Follow your instincts on this one....is he insecure or is he guilty?

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At least one of you is guilty, my guess is that both are!<br />
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