Since I have moved back home BH and I have discussed my A, but not nearly as much as I thought we would. When I first came back home we talked about it a lot but since then, days will go by that neither of us mention it.
I have been trying to follow his lead and will talk about it openly if he brings it up, but I don't want to pressure him by bringing it up too often..should I be doing this or should I bring it up first?
Today we talked about it a little...he had a dream about my XAP last night so I think that's what started it. I asked him if he has had any triggers and he said he has had a few,mainly when he isn't at home. I told him he can let me know when it happens so I can help him with it and if he isn't with me when it happens we can still talk about it later.
He started to talk a little about his feelings...how he still can't believe that I did it and actually thought I was in love with xAP. While he was talking I just listened and let him get it out,without saying anything.
I feel like I need to do more rather than just listen...I did agree with him that yes my actions were extremely selfish and fucked up, but I don't know if that is good enough? Is it really enough to make him feel better?
He also mentioned that his friend from work(the one who constantly gets into relationships w MM) is now back with the MM she was most recently involved with( they had broken up for a while when his W found out but have started seeing each other again) but because he knows that she is back with her MM it is making him worry that I will start talking to my xAP again and will continue the A.
I have no intention of doing this. I want nothing to do with xAP and don't want to put my M in jeopardy again, or hurt my BH anymore than I have. But how do I prove this to him and show him I am safe?
We are going to MC tomorrow and I also suggested that maybe he should consider really going to IC to work through some of this.