I wish I had a nickel for everyone who married their lover and found they replicated what they had with their spouse, with the added poverty of a post-divorce lifestyle. I am so ashamed. Well, none of these are great strategies, but you have to assume that there's a hidden wisdom.
Typically, they're in a committed relationship, but they aren't perfectly happy. After all, the person who is cheating is withdrawing energy from their marriage and has alleviated their guilt by bad-mouthing or bad-thinking their spouse. Originally Posted by peruano99 I was debating with some people and they feel that because someone cheats a long time ago, doesn't tell their partner, and then tells them years later, it's okay to forgive them. Should you confess if you feel guilty about it? But it also feels terrible because they know it's cheating, and they know they never wanted to be a cheater. There are two huge exceptions to not telling: You also have to tell if discovery is imminent or likely. They don't actively say, "I'm going to go and heat up my marriage. I'm assuming that if the cheaters either tells them right away or they get caught, that is something that would change the betrayed partner's decision in the future such as never marrying such person or something like this: We grew apart a bit, and only talked about once per week. What should I do? Are you still optimistic about marriage after hearing so many bad stories? You don't really think very highly of someone like that, but there are people like that. Do most people get caught? It's a terrible way to have to wake up, but I work with so many couples who've gone through all of the stages and come out the other end in a much better place than they ever were, especially if they don't tell. Yes, alcohol was involved. Nevertheless, the guy suddenly triggers again years into their marriage and he might be revenge cheating this time, after all this time. I call it the Ejector Seat affair. I continued being faithfull to him until the last week of my trip when I ended up hooking up with someone. So it all blows up eventually. Just because people have problems doesn't mean they can't solve their problems. It's often an emotional affair to begin with. I was lonely and missed him. However it happens, eventually they realize that they've crossed some sort of line. Because how does it make a person less guilty to inflict terrible pain on someone? It puts the other person in a permanent state of hurt and grief and loss of trust and an inability to feel safe, and it doesn't alleviate your guilt.
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