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Tue, Aug 2nd 2011

I'm seperated because my husband cheated on me. Now, I have a relationship with a much older guy. He is 22 years older than me.

Before getting into a relationship I was a lesbian and had chatted sex through phone and emails with strangers. I disclosed all these to him. Now that he knows many things about me, I sometimes feel that he points out my previous mistakes. When he does that I get furious and shout at him with abusive words.

Am I right doing that? Is that right what he does as well?

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