Hello, I'd like to help you with your question.
If your husband has already cheated on you and has only stayed in the marriage so he does not lose everything, then he is probably unmotivated to try to make things right between you. It sounds like he might only be motivated to stay for self centered reasons.
In order for your marriage to continue, your husband must address what he is doing. And if he never dealt with the first affair and helped rebuild trust in your marriage, then it would be very normal for you to suspect he is cheating again. In order to fix your marriage, your husband needs to do the following steps:
One, is he sorry for what he did
? This is important, because if he does not take responsibility, recovering your relationship will be difficult.
Two, has he stopped all contact with other women? He needs to so as a first step to regaining trust.
Three, are the two of you talking about what happened? He needs to be open and honest about what happened and let you ask any questions you need to.
These are some of the most important issues you both need to be working on. Also, counseling can help both of you. However, if he is unwilling to see his behavior as an issue or to get help, then your suspicions are not wrong.
The main issue is to rebuild trust. It can take a while and a lot of work, but you can do it as long as you both are motivated. However, if your husband is not motivated and is not willing to fix the marriage at all, then it is unlikely his behavior will stop. And it would not be unusual for you not to trust him with other women. There is a reason you feel as you do. Try to consider counseling again, this time with the goal of support and finding out if you want to stay in this marriage or move on.
A resource that may help you is:
Should I Stay or Should I Go? by Lundy Bancroft
I hope this has helped you,