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Could you really start fresh with your spouse after his affair knowing that he also done it before?

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2010-05-02 09:19:07
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  • People are only human and can make a mistake, but they should learn from that mistake and obviously your spouse has not learned or does not want to learn from the first mistake of cheating because he has done so again and therefore, no, you cannot trust him again as he has broken that bond of trust. Trust is not easy to attain once broken. He is either immature or does not want to commit to one woman and you are going to have to decide if you want to live a life with him of always wondering if he is going to cheat again.
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Maybe but not really. I has to do with the way you are and the way he/she asks after the affair.


if he had an affair, then he shouldn't still be your "spouse", in my opinion.


ANSWER:By making time to talk to your spouse. What you need to do is talk to your spouse first, make sure that it's not plan so your spouse will not be making some excuse or if they are, really having an affair, they might plan on what to tell you in case you find out. Be smart than them and be sure that it will not back fire.


Yes, very normal as it's actually really rare to be forgiven.


Yes if you really want your relationship to work and listen to the advice you are given.


when he has somthing in his pocket ANSWER: In what kind of relationship? to your spouse or your spouse having an affair? The question is a bit complex so I can't really give you the right answer.


Yes you stop an affair from happening... Just always think about how you love your wife/husband or how much it would hurt her/him... If you really love your spouse you wouldn't do anything to jeopardize your marriage....


slash the tires of the car belonging to your spouse.


Definatly, it depends on the affair and how far the affair made, if the person is willing to take the person back and how they feel. It really just depends on the couple and if they are willing to try again.


An emotional affair IS an affair. Just because one hasn't had sex with said mistress/ lover doesn't mean it isn't one. Depending on someone/ slash yearning for them emotionally (besides one's spouse) is exactly that- an affair.


Nothing. It is strange that your spouse still communicates with the person she had an affair with, but aslong as it is just words and not actions, it is still acceptable.


If you really love then yes you can, but it will never be the same no matter what. There will always be that distrust between the two of you.


Wives whose husbands have been involved in an affair often experience self-doubt and struggle with self-esteem because they think they were part of the reason their spouse had an affair. When their spouse is unfaithful in their relationship, the wife begins to wonder what she could have done better to prevent her spouse from having an affair. She may ask herself why her spouse got involved in the affair. She questions her value as a wife and wonders what is wrong with her that would cause her spouse to have an affair. She begins to believe that she was not a good enough wife (destroying her self-esteem) and therefore her spouse had to find fulfillment elsewhere. She may think that her spouse does not find her attractive anymore and therefore begin to question her self-worth.


It is hard to trust and believe a spouse after an affair because they have already betrayed the other spouse. It takes time and energy to regain the trust they once had with their significant other.


No I think if they both want to work it out and the cheating spouse is remorseful then they should try to work it out.


You should be able to blame your spouse fully, since he/she allgedly cheated on you, whether the person they had the affair with realized it or not.


That depends entirely on the person, his reasosn for having the affair, wether or not he feels bad about it, etc. Accepting responsibility for the affair really isn't the issue in the end, the issue is wether or not he will continue to rationalize hurting his spouse when the next chance to have a fling comes along.


If you had an affair, your spouse must have had a very broken heart, and can not love you again, or trust you. what you do for pleasure with someone other than your spouse causes your spouse a great deal of pain, that's why it is usually frowned upon.


There is no law that expects a spouse to stay in a marriage where their spouse has cheated just because they have children. However, if this is the first time the one spouse has cheated it is wise to realize that 'to err is human' and worth seeing a marriage counselor before deciding to end the marriage. If two people really do not love each other then they will inevitably not get along; not trust their spouse;; arguments and frustration could break out and this does not make for a good environment for children.


men only have affairs because their home sec life is sooo borin. Women this is really simple, if you want to keep your man from having an affair keep your sex life spicey else he *will* wander...


Get affair transfers or get divorce simple


Its a sex addiction if your spouse catches you.



That's for the spouse to determine depending on the condition of the marriage and severity of the adultery (if any).


In some states you can sue for alienation of affection but that is rarely used anymore since an affair takes two consenting adults. You must realize that your spouse was also a "culprit" in the affair.In some states you can sue for alienation of affection but that is rarely used anymore since an affair takes two consenting adults. You must realize that your spouse was also a "culprit" in the affair.In some states you can sue for alienation of affection but that is rarely used anymore since an affair takes two consenting adults. You must realize that your spouse was also a "culprit" in the affair.In some states you can sue for alienation of affection but that is rarely used anymore since an affair takes two consenting adults. You must realize that your spouse was also a "culprit" in the affair.



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