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When Good People Go Bad – Good People Cheat

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Cheating doesn’t suddenly cause a good person to go bad. In fact, cheating alone doesn’t make any person good or bad. It doesn’t exclude them from one or the other label either. Good people do sometimes cheat. They make all kinds of other mistakes too. The problem with cheating is that, depending on who they cheated on, it can lead to huge problems in the relationship.

Cheating doesn’t mean You’re Turning Bad

Who says cheating can only be handled by ‘bad’ people? And how about the argument that says people who had affairs are actually good people? Then that’s pretty ironic. Saying that only bad people are capable of committing infidelity will ultimately let good people off the hook if ever they commit one.

Cheating is ultimately a billboard that says something is radically wrong with the relationship. But the ends don’t justify the means. Cheating should not be rationalized just because you don’t have a choice for your spouse has turned dry or weird lately. What’s not right about cheating is that couples could have talk about the problems and not resort to another problem that will eventually spawn a hundred more.

But whether or not you were not able to resist this time, cheating again and again is definitely not your destination. Cheating doesn’t mean you are not worthy of your spouse’s love or his/her forgiveness. Your spouse as a matter of fact still loves you and has never changed how he/she looks at you. All the negative thoughts you have is the result of the guilt of your cheating act. Cheating colors everything now and it’s too bad there are only two – black and white.

Relationship Sailing through after Cheating

People who were cheated on ultimately feel betrayed. This feeling of betrayal has made forgiveness and moving on difficult. The main reason why their perception is really bitter is not because of the love lost but because of the idea of loyalty that was smeared with cheating.

Cheating is a big deal but it doesn’t have to be the big deal that derails your relationship. How do you make things keep going? By learning to forgive, deciding to do it, and leaving the past in the past.

The big thing about cheating is to prevent it from happening again. You do this by finding out which need was met through cheating and either figuring out a way to fill it yourself, have a deep and lengthy discussion on whether or not your partner can live without it in order to keep you, or removing yourself from all possible temptation to ensure that it never happens again.

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