If Your Spouse Cheats On You, Will You Forgive Or You Will Retaliate?
Giving a cheating spouse a second chance is one of the most difficult decisions you may have to make in your relationship. This decision is especially difficult if your partner lied to you, manipulated you, made you look foolish, or attempted to conceal the affair.
But what if your spouse is usually dependable and trustworthy? What if they repent of their deception and promise to be faithful? What if you’re certain that the two of you adore each other? Everyone has a line in the sand—something that is a deal-breaker. Only you know where your line in the sand is.
Infidelity does not always mean the end of a relationship, especially if your partner is truly sorry. True remorse, on the other hand, is a strong indicator that there is still hope for the relationship, especially if you have been together for a long time and have children together.
But you must accept that your relationship will never be the same again. If you want things to change, you can’t just pretend nothing happened. You both have a lot of work to do in order for the relationship to succeed.
Will you forgive your spouse if he or she is caught in an adultery web, or will you cheat to exact revenge? What will you do?
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