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September 27, 2007
For years, when depressed or angry, he’d flash the infidelity accusation at her, using it as reason for his irrationally cruel, emotionally mean conduct.

Thirty-five, confident, skilled, and fed up, she calmly and assertively confronted him. “I find your persistent doubt about my fidelity to be extremely insulting. If you want to continue to have a relationship with me, you will change this obtuse, offensive behavior.”

Every-once-in-a-while, he’d regress. With flared nostrils, Lydia’s eyes would narrow, meeting his in a black flash. Jaw tight and shoulders squared, she’d remind him “in no uncertain terms” that he was out of bounds.