Being cheated on is one of the most painful experiences a person can have. It hurts you so deeply, and no medication, not even the strongest painkillers, can take away this kind of pain you feel after catching a cheating husband or wife.
But now your partner is asking for forgiveness. They’ve shown genuine remorse for their infidelity. Your partner is sorry for the hurt that he or she has caused you and is asking for a second chance. But because you don’t yet know how to rebuild trust and get over being cheated on, you are — understandably — confused.
You, being truly and deeply in love with your partner, are willing to give them a chance that they are asking for. The two of you can start anew and build a stronger and better relationship. But this doesn’t necessarily mean that the pain and the hurt have already gone away. The painful feelings are still there, you just don’t want it to come out since you think it’s for the best to forgive and forget. And you, keeping all those feelings inside, may end up doing more damage in the process of rebuilding the relationship.
In rebuilding your relationship after the affair, it’s critical that you get past this stage. It’s important to eliminate these hurtful thoughts so you and your partner can really start out fresh.
If you aren’t sure how to rebuild trust and get over being cheated on by your husband or wife, click Next to know three easy steps to help eliminate the hurtful thoughts.