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He defeated Pompey in a civil war and declared himself dictator, but was famously assassinated by Brutus, Cassius and other senators in 44BC.I know there are probably women reading this who can say, “I caught my husband cheating.” With that discovery, it must feel like your entire world has come crashing to the ground. now he (your husband) can blame you (even if that’s just a defense mechanism) rather than himself because your behavior has demonstrated that you’re an unreasonable, uncontrolled person.” This is a major upheaval in your life, don’t try to go it alone. However, there can be no reconciliation without genuine repentance. “Trust grows as your spouse now chooses to be trustworthy.Then what follows is probably a combination of anger, grief, and panic at what might lay ahead. Find a counselor who shares your values and who understands that marriages can thrive after infidelity. Your spouse must be willing to break off all contact with the other person and devote himself to rebuilding your marriage.” Trust will not be restored overnight. If he sincerely wants to rebuild trust, he’ll have the attitude, My life is an open book. This kind of openness and recommitment will in time help you restore trust.” And remember, you can come back from a marriage disaster, even infidelity. Archaeologists believe they may have uncovered the first evidence of Julius Caesar's invasion of Britain in 54BC, at Pegwell Bay near Margate, just south of the mouth of the Thames River, in Thanet, Kent.The discovery of a defensive ditch and weapons led them to identify Pegwell Bay as the place they believe the Romans landed.
His adopted son Octavian became Augustus, the first Roman Emperor.