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I am 28 and I broke up with my boyfriend six months ago because he had cheated on me. We were together for seven years, and in that time he cheated on me at least four times that I know about.
Every time he cheated he told me, begged for forgiveness and promised it would never happen again. He said he cheated because he didn't get enough sex from me. We had an active sex life, but he said it wasn't enough.
Eventually I left even though I still love him. We cut ties altogether, but he sent me an e-mail recently asking if we could meet. I agreed. When I saw him I was shocked. He has lost a lot of weight and it seems as if he has not slept for months.
He said that he has been completely miserable since I left, that he loves and adores me and wants to marry me. He said I am the only woman for him.
He has been in therapy and is being treated for sex addiction. He said he no longer has the need to behave the way he did.
I am so confused. I love him with all my heart and always will, but I'm not sure if I should take him back.
What should I do?
While a leopard seldom changes its spots, it is possible he has seen the error of his ways and has changed his behaviour. In that case, he is the one for you because he has your heart, and it seems you have his.
Don't rush into anything. If he has "cured" his addiction, then see if he can hold out on sex with you without resorting to looking for it elsewhere. If he can, then perhaps he has changed and you should accept his proposal of marriage.
Perhaps ask him if you can accompany him for therapy to chat to his therapist?
Whatever you do, don't rush into what you shared with him before.