Well, for starters, quit referring to her as a 'bitch'. Just sayin.I was cheated on, so I understand your wife's angst - she is angry, and she has a right to feel that way. She is hurt, feels thrown away, and doesn't understand how someone who was supposed to love her could hurt her that way, and throw the marital vows in the trash. To fully understand where she's coming from, perchance you might want to read through just a few of the countless blogs on this site from women AND men who were cheated on. You were unfaithful, and that isn't something a marriage can overcome overnight. It is going to take a tremendous amount of effort on both your parts for your marriage to survive. Let go of what your marriage was like before you strayed - the truth of the matter is that things are forever changed. Your marriage is not ever going to be the same. Something like cheating leaves a lasting scar. So face that, and do your best to build from the ashes. The good that comes out of this is that maybe this incident will shed some light on the real issues - perhaps there were underlying problems that went unnoticed. I'd definitely start with some marital counseling - if you belong to a church, I'd start there.I will say this - it is very hard to recover from infidelity. The trust takes a very long time to rebuild, and sometimes, it never fully recovers. If neither of you is 100% vested, it just won't work.Good luck to you both.