After all of the anniversaries and memories, finding out that your husband broke his wedding vows by cheating on you is such a hard thing to deal with. There's nothing worse than feeling like you've been betrayed and that you lost your lover and best friend. And who could blame you? After spending so many years with the love of your life and raising a beautiful family together, only for him to cheat, there's no question that this betrayal is totally devastating. As crazy as it sounds, even though his infidelity seriously hurt you, it doesn't mean that it's not possible for you guys to find your way back together.
It's natural for you to feel angry and betrayed after finding out that your partner had an affair. Is it possible to get over that anger for a swift divorce? Can divorce mediation really work even if one party has been cheated on?
If you're afraid that you are the only one who is serious about going steady, you've come to the right place. Through a series of gaffs, miscues and flubs, Timmy Gordon figures out what to do when you think your lady may be committing infidelity.
After being cheated on, the worst part is not knowing how he could betray you, especially after everything that you guys have been through. It's hard figuring out what drives people to have an affair in the first place. But holding onto that pain won't do anything to help you; in fact, it will only weigh you down and stop you from healing. Here's how you can get there.
Infidelity makes for all sorts of relationship challenges, but what about when the issues are your best friend's? Should you meddle in matters when your best friend is having an affair, or is it better to steer clear? Relationship expert John Gray has the answer.