He agreed to have marriage counseling and do his part to convince me he will change.
Is it worth it to try again for the sake of our son? I don't trust him anymore, but I still love him.
— Ready to Let Go
DEAR READY TO LET GO: When a man gives money to a hooker, it's usually for a reason.
The reason isn't charity; it's for services he wants rendered. (And they don't take money in arrears.)
No one can decide for you whether to stay in the marriage, but before making any decisions, make it your first priority to contact your doctor and be checked for sexually transmitted diseases.
Who knows what your husband might have picked up while "flirting"?
If you do decide to remain in the marriage, you would be wise to schedule regular appointments for STD checkups.
Your husband has shown himself to be not only a philanderer but also a liar. n