I think you are confusing love with fear of being alone. And i only say this because i have been through this same thing. My ex-husband had many profiles on dating websites while we were married, he even had membership dues taken out of our bank account. I was devastated, and after so much of it i was so numb to it i couldnt even cry anymore. If he thinks it is ok for him to meet other women in a romantic or sexual manner, he does not love you. You must come to terms with that, especially if he is doing it over and over. Have you said anything to him about this? See how he reacts when you bring it up.My husband is on a lot of dating sites in olive branch ms meeting women I love him and I want my marriage to work thing is I am not person getting hurt these other women are too he doesn't use real name on them I just want him to stop I love him so much I don't what else to do I tried everything
Please dont let him continue to hurt you, the longer you allow him to do this to you, the more you will lose your self-esteem and love of yourself. You are worth so much more than a cheating husband can give you.
If you cant do it for yourself, find another reason to give you the courage to leave. I didnt want my child to see me in an unhappy relationship and grow up thinking this is how it should be. Find the courage to leave him and in time you wont be broken hearted anymore.