Many of us have been in relationships that have ended due to infidelity, whether you were the one being cheated on or doing the cheating. Regardless of the circumstances, many handle the situations differently.
No matter who the cheater is, someone is going to get hurt in the process. Although knowing someone has had a taste of the intimate moments you thought were sacred and exclusive is hurtful, giving someone else the all that you promised someone else is selfish as hell. It doesn’t matter what caused you to cheat, it’s not fair to your significant other.
The hardest part of dealing with infidelity is deciding whether to leave or stay in the relationship. Although you love and care for your partner, they have betrayed you in a way that you didn’t imagine happening to you.
One thing people fail to understand is that your relationship is just that, yours. It’s okay to discuss the situation with your friends, but you have to remember that this is your relationship and your decision that you will have to deal with. If you decide to stay in the relationship ensure that’s what you want to do.
Infidelity is hard in all relationships but if you decide to leave, then do it on your terms. Now, if you stay, you cannot keep throwing it in the other person’s face. The moment you stayed is the moment you forgave your significant other.
Communication is important at the end of the day. Life is too short to be unhappy, so remember your happiness is your sanity.