This is a terrible feeling, and we can’t imagine what you might be going through even to contemplate the possibility. We’ve talked with many different people—both husbands and wives—who have had to endure these suspicions, and we know what the endlessly looping thoughts can do to you.
What should you do if you think your spouse is cheating? What can you do? These are not easy questions to answer, and unfortunately, there’s no one-size-fits-all template for giving those answers. So much of what you do next depends on a variety of factors like how long you’ve been married, your personal history, where you are now in your marriage, how you’re communicating (or not communicating) and a host of outside factors too numerous to list here.
We’re here to help you, though. Because no matter what’s going on in your marriage, one fact remains: you are loved by God, and nothing in heaven or earth can change that. The truth of the situation is probably going to hurt, though. If your spouse is cheating on you, then that will definitely hurt. If not, then the hurt lies in getting to the heart of why you might have suspected it.
Either way, your marriage needs healing. Here are a few resources that might assist you in finding that healing so you can restore and rebuild your marriage even more strongly than it’s ever been.