Hello, this is my first post and I'm coming here to hopefully find some answers for me and my spouse. Let me preface this by saying that I am a white guy who has lived almost my entire life in a small town in the US. I fell in love with and married a beautiful Indian woman, we live together in our house, go to work, and do all the things a normal couple would do. The problem is this: I had 11 relationships (none serious), most sexual, before I met my wife. The way I was raised in the US, sex was never considered taboo or an immoral thing to do as long as you were careful and used protection. After I met my (now)wife, I learned that (especially in the Indian culture) it is extremely immoral for a man to have had a physical relationship with someone other than his wife, let alone several. I have expressed to her time and again that I am remorseful of my actions and that I never knew that what I did in my past would hurt her in any way, in fact, if I knew that, I never would have done them in the first place. My wife has been fretting over this since we became a couple and I have been dealing with the guilt of my actions hurting her emotionally. She goes into times where she believes that I want to be with these other women, where she thinks I am constantly thinking about them, and she accuses me of not truly loving her when the truth is the exact opposite of what she is accusing me of. My wife does love me and I love her more than anything, but this issue has placed a huge wedge between us emotionally to the point where we get into huge yelling and screaming matches that we both regret later on. Last week I was so upset over the guilt and frustration that I just broke down. This issue is driving my wife into depression and me to loosing my mind. If anyone out there has any advice for us to be able to move forward, it would be greatly appreciated by the both of us.