Relationship Advice: A Monthly Plan For Dealing With Cheaters And Coping With Infidelity
Have you been cheated on? Are you stuck in a relationship with someone who has betrayed you, and your not sure what to do? Are you in need of help to overcome this feeling you have? If so, I can help!
In my newest book, “ Relationship Advice: A Monthly Plan For Dealing With Cheaters And Coping With Infidelity,” I give you advice on how to:
- Deal with the affair
- Find the right people to talk to
- Figure out what to do with your relationship
- Confront your partner about the affair
- Ask the right questions to your partner
- And much, much more…
Ways to help deal with cheaters and cope with infidelity from the book:
On your first week after finding out about your partner's infidelity, it is best that you put a space between you two for the meantime and go out, talk to your closest friends or family members whom you can trust the most. Be it your best friend, sister, mother, father, friend, cousin…
To make things easier, you could grab a paper and write everything you want to say. Be it on yourself, or to your partner or spouse who cheated on you. Keep a journal of your emotions; scribble those feelings on a paper to keep track of your coping process. Put this question in mind. Is your relationship worth saving? Make a list of all the reasons for you to stay together, or not. You may consider the opinions of your confidant on your first week. It may be different between two people who are just dating, as opposed to those couples who have been married for more than ten or twenty years. And besides, if you’re married, and if you have children, that’s another huge factor to be considered.
More advice from the book:
DON’T BLAME YOURSELF.
Some people tend to blame themselves about the cheating and it is usually unavoidable. Here’s the catch. Don’t blame yourself, because it is not your fault. If you think that you did something wrong or didn’t do enough to keep them from cheating, think again. They were the ones who cheated in the first place-- the bottom line of everything, the immoral act--- so why blame yourself? They made that decision, and instead of turning to the right path, your partner turned left and got lost. So, just keep this in your mind—IT IS NOT YOUR FAULT.
On your last week of your 30-day plan of the healing process, it is now your time to put everything into action. Go out and have a romantic time together. Evaluate your relationship, study your intimacy and put in mind everything you have learned in the counseling. If you can see their effort of winning your trust back, then learn to trust them again. Don’t let them feel as if you are monitoring their every move and all the possible ways of them contacting the person they had an affair with.
As you can see, the advice I offer on coping after infidelity are straight to the point. You won’t be wasting your time sifting through a bunch of useless psychological jargon. NO! You’re going to be learning from condensed information exactly how to deal with a cheater and how to cope after infidelity.
Buy the book now while it is being offered at a low introductory price; you’ll be so glad you did!
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