Dear Steve and Shirley,
I’m a 42 years old and my fiancé and I have been together for 12 years. He is the father of my two sons. Recently, he proposed… he said he was ready to get married. He told me that he’s never been in love like this with any other woman. We were in sheer bliss, until a month later. After he asked me to marry him, a woman called me and told me that she’s been dealing with my fiancé for 10 years. When I confronted him, he confessed and apologized. He told me that at the time he started the affair, he was feeling low and he was having some issues within himself. I forgave him. Then, two months later, I found out about another woman that he has been dealing with for many years, as well. I had no idea about his side relationships. He has always been very attentive and present with me and our children. He has suggested couples counseling. I don’t really know who this guy is anymore. I am trying to make it work, but it’s painful and so hard to work past the betrayal, lies and deceit. What do you think I should do?
Should I believe that he’s a changed man and marry him?
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