Jealousy raises its ugly head

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I met my wife at a polo match a year ago. We've been married for four months now. When I had first met her she had a live-in boyfriend of 4 years who "hadn't come home home in a couple of days". Anyway she broke it off with him and we started seeing each other. However he came back to only get half of his stuff which was a month later. He came back to her house 6 months later to get the other half. She left his cell phone on for six months after we met and it was in her name. He paid it but that met she had to have a confrontation with him. He called her home phone atleast 200 times before she cut that phone off. Anyway, 4 months into our relationship she was caught eating out with him and she also accepted valentines gifts from him. She denied it at first and then told me she saw it as an opportunity to show him how happy she was. I think shes telling me the truth but for some reason i have never trusted her on this one thing It is eating me up inside and I thought I had it under control but she has told me so much about her past also and i have been so jealous over her . I love her more than any woman but she is older than me by 5 years.Please help me with this. I want to stay with my wife. Advice
You two should go to a marriage counselor.

It is not good to start a relationship with jealousy. All it can do is to harm your relationship.

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Good luck! George

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