He sounds like a dick honestly, putting the blame on you. Did he come clean about it, or did you "catch" him? If you found out on your own, he's not sorry he did it he's sorry he got caught. He will just get better at hiding it next time, and putting the blame on you just means he really isn't that sorry ... he just wants the problem to go away.
Even if you are staying with him because of your vows, don't let him think you are! If you let him get off that easy, he will continue to do it again because you are sending the message that you condone it. If it's too easy he will do it again.
I know you are newly married, and you want it to work out. I've been with my husband for almost 10 years... the first few months are suppose to be the honeymoon stage, it's not going to get any easier then this for a long time. Even now 10 years later, things are just starting to get easier for us... if you can't count on your partner to be faithful to you, you are missing a pretty serious core to your relationship. Being in love and taking your vows seriously is one thing, being a door mat is another.
Good luck, I really hope you can make it work because it does seem like you really love him. But a relationship does take TWO.
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