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You have few choices here. You cannot change his behavior, and it sounds like you are ready to divorce him. If so, see an attorney immediately. Most attorneys will give you a free consult to see if you will be able to work together
The other thing you need to do immediately is to find a therapist who can support you thorough this terrible time. You are devastated and are feeling hurt, angry, betrayed, and frightened. Please find someone to work with you can help you learn how to manage these feelings.
I know things seem bleak right now, but I promise that you will feel better if you take some action to protect yourself and start to heal from this betrayal of trust. Please do not delay. Get some help now.
Let me know if you have further questions about this matter.
Best to you.
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