Sometimes in relationships things get rough and lack of experience in relationship conflict resolution can cause one or both partners to cheat. If you love your partner and you both want to move forward together, how do you overcome infidelity?
Overcoming infidelity is not easy, but if you are not ready to call it quits as a couple, it is possible to overcome infidelity.
To overcome infidelity, you will need a good support system - family, friends, or a couple therapist. The support system can help you become a stronger couple after an affair has happened.
To let the healing begin, you and your romantic partner must answer these questions:
- Why did the affair happen?
- How can you both leave the affair in the past?
- Why are you not ready to call it quits?
Some people have an affair because of poor judgment. Not everyone that cheats is dissatisfied with their relationship. Impulse can make people lack the willpower to do right by their partners.
In many cases of cheating, emotional disconnect is a major problem. If you are not making your partner feel wanted and attractive, your partner will cheat. It’s devastating.
Anyone that has been cheated on by someone he/she loves can tell you it is a real hit to identity and trust as an individual and as a couple. A person cannot tell what is false or true about their partner after infidelity has happened.
Knowing a partner has cheated can take away from your focus, irritate you and make you feel overwhelmingly depressed. This all can happen from being aware about the betrayal.
There is no way a couple can fix the relationship if all parties do not have both feet into repairing the relationship. It takes the "We" rather than the "I" to truly reinvest in a loving relationship after infidelity.
The journey to become a strong couple once again won’t be easy. Self-accountability for both partners is crucial to recovery/healing of the relationship.
The goal is to find ways to make each other feel connected no matter what happens in the relationship. To save the relationship, both of you need to truly want the relationship. There is no such thing as a relationship that cannot be saved if both parties want to save the relationship.
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