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This is complicated to say the least, but I was hoping for some advice. My husband and I have been married for over four years now. We were Christian when we married and didn't have really have sex until after getting married, although we experimented. Because of this, we were unaware of our differences in sex drives; mine is high; his is pretty low.
After years of issues surrounding sex, I cheated on him with two different men. I actually fell in love with the second man, and thus made a bad situation even worse. My husband found out, and we started going to marriage counseling (scheduling sex), and I thought that things were improving. He chose to stay with me, but I didn't realize that my infidelity had caused him to emotionally check out of the marriage.
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