At this point you need to decide what is the next step in your relationship.
Are you willing to work things out with your significant other or are you walking away. It is a tough decision to make but one that needs to be made nonetheless.
4. Journey to forgiveness
An old saying states ‘forgiveness isn’t necessarily for the wrong doer but it heals the one that was done wrong to‘ or something off the sought, Im sure it sounds better in folklore.
By letting it go and forgiving the deceiver/cheater doesn’t mean you’re a sap or a fool, it just means you are not willing to have the toxicity of hate within your heart and soul.
Forgiveness doesn’t come easy it takes a long time. But take if from someone who’s been there, letting it go was the best decision I ever made for my peace of mind.
5. Talk to someone
This may seem daunting but talking to someone about what you’re going through helps in the healing process.
Talking to a third party who has no relation to your life such as a psychologist or relationship expert can help you streamline your thoughts.
A qualified practitioner has the tools than help you heal and sometimes you just need someone who will listen to you without offering their opinions or passing judgement.
These are but some ways to help you recover from infidelity but the healing process is not easy.
Take as much time as you need and seek help. Don’t WADE the treacherous waters alone. A problem shared is half solved.