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Leveling Up Your Marriage After Cheating

By T Dub Jackson

For the average couple re-establishing marriage after cheating is one tough fit to overcome. Great care is needed to maneuver through the mine field that is left in the marriage by cheating.

The problem is that even if you decide to work things out between the two of you, marriage leaves behind a lot of unresolved issues on both sides of the affair. It doesn’t matter if you were the one who cheated or the person cheated on, there are issues in the marriage that need to be addressed.

So how will the clearing activity go on from here, so as for you to level up your marriage?

Old Issues Have to be Resolved

It’s time to clean out all the skeletons in your marital closet. Dig them up, pick the bones clean, and then bury them once and for all. Be sure you get what is needed out of the ordeal and that you can leaves these bones behind you for good.

The problem here is that old issues just like bad pennies are there popping up unexpectedly. They would keep turning up at times when you least expected them and they would prevent you from getting that closure or having such proactive arguments and or discussions.

They cloud every disagreement until they are resolved. This means that you cannot possibly have your best possible marriage until you put these unresolved issues in their final – and I do mean final – resting places.

Have Boundaries for Personal Space

Personal boundaries are essential even with married couples who shared their lives together. There is no need for you to forge your sense of self just because you entered the married life. Your becoming part of something that is really bigger than just being an individual does not stop you to continue being a person that instant you become lawfully married.

Defend that personal space of yours but note that there is a whopping difference between being private and being plain secretive. There might be a need to give up some of the private space you treasure when you are the guilty party but that would not take so much from you.

Eventually you will be able to gain back that personal space but you have to assure your partner and let him or her to understand what it is all about so as not to open the floodgates for a new fear of infidelity.

Get Your Arguments Productive

Integral to marriages are disagreements. Being human and individuals of differing point of views, disagreements are expected. Similar your goals and opinions may have been but is not unlikely that your views on methods differ.

There is a need for you to learn the art of arguing fairly when you intend to accomplish something for the marriage. It is a tough call for you to move forward when communication breakdown results from disagreements.

How we proceed from this?

Stop arguing when you intend to win.

Keep the argument on subject.

Apply the rule of one person at a time when it comes to speaking.

Listen and hear clearly what the other person has said.

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Jackson, T D. "Leveling Up Your Marriage After Cheating." Leveling Up Your Marriage After Cheating. 2 Jul. 2010. uberarticles.com. 29 Aug 2014 <http://uberarticles.com/home-and-family/relationships/leveling-up-your-marriage-after-cheating/>.

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Jackson, T (2010, July 2). Leveling Up Your Marriage After Cheating. Retrieved August 29, 2014, from http://uberarticles.com/home-and-family/relationships/leveling-up-your-marriage-after-cheating/

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