Almost every day, we hear about issues of infidelity and partners cheating on each other.
We've heard of many marriages on social media about how they filed for divorce after infidelity.
You might be wondering how you will be able to handle it if the same thing should happen in your marriage.
Most of the time, the reason for infidelity is not that one partner has bad behavior. Happy couples can also experience infidelity.
A marriage where one spouse is not always physically available for intimacy is likely to experience infidelity.
The truth is that marriage can survive infidelity with consideration of many things that are involved.
If your marriage has experienced infidelity, and you want to fix it, you will have to face the reality.
It won't be easy because you are hurt and possibly sad or angry about what happened.
Have it at the back of your mind that it will take some time for you to heal and be able to trust again.
The partner who cheated on you must be ready to acknowledge their own faults for what happened without blaming you.
Sincerely, it takes a lot of courage and commitment from both partners to do this.
You might need the assistance of an elder in your family to control the situation.
Many couples whose marriages survived infidelity have loved each other deeper than before, and their marriages became stronger.
Your marriage can still work after infidelity. However, both of you should create a new method of having deep communication.
This will allow both of you to express your feelings and be able to forgive each other.
If the infidelity that happened has not resulted in any domestic violence, then your marriage can be saved.
It takes a lot of courage for you to give your partner another chance after they've cheated on you.
If your spouse only cheated on you maybe once or twice, you might consider forgiving them.
However, it will be very difficult to forgive a spouse who perpetually cheats on you.
If your spouse is showing remorse and proof that they have broken up those extramarital affairs, this can make you consider forgiving them.
If they are willing to tell you their social media passwords and leave their phones unlocked, this can make you feel like forgiving them.
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