How do you move past the anger of a cheating spouse?


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2010-11-08 05:16:52
2010-11-08 05:16:52

talk to god!! only way!


Talk to your priest if your a catholic, a pastor if you are Protestant. But one thing you might and can help you is talk to your spouse and if the two of you are still living together, ask him or her that having time by yourself might help you to decide what you wanted in life right now. Being away from each others can really help you. I did it but mine went straight to divorce.


dont just forgive him\her. THINK for yourself can you handle another heartbreak?

give ur self some space.think think think.cause in the end you can only trust your self.consider your children if you have any.

can they handle it..........can YOU handle it?????????? think do you love him enough to trust him again. cause in the end it all comes down to love ,hope, trust and your instincts....make the right decision....pray....

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The past tense of anger is angered.

Yes, some individuals can think their spouse is cheating when they are not. Some individuals have a jealous streak because they are not confident in themselves or perhaps have been hurt by someone else in the past that did cheat. Once an individual has been cheated on previously they are more inclined to be more suspicious of their new spouse cheating. This is where good communication skills is most important in a relationship and you should feel free to discuss how you feel with your spouse and then listen to what they have to say. There are male and female spouses who do cheat, but in most cases the signs are there or eventually the spouse cheating will give themselves away or be caught. We all risk a spouse cheating throughout our life spans, but thankfully a higher percentage do not cheat. Your relationship should be based on trust and if you do not feel you have it then work on it by communicating with your spouse or, if you are having difficulties with thinking your spouse is cheating there is nothing wrong with seeing a psychologist to get you over your difficult time.

Ask yourself what you could live without knowing and what you could live without knowing that you would use as anger tactics or throwing back at him. If you are trying to forgive him and move forward - do just that leave the past in the past and move forward - try not to bring it up anymore. It would probably be best to as little as possible and leave it at that.

There is nothing that can legally be done, except a divorce. If it would help for closure you might also consider a restraining order if he was or has an abusive past.

Both men and women who feel their spouse is cheating on them even though they are not can be caused by either the mistrusting spouse cheating themselves or they have been cheated on in the past or perhaps had a parent that cheated. Spouses who accuse the other of cheating lack self confidence from one of the above mentioned. There is not much you can do to prove to him you are not cheating, but sit down and communicate and let him know that if it continues he will certainly lose you because you do not want to live his way of life with all his mistrust reflecting upon you.

Often the person who protests loudly that their spouse is cheating could be cheating themselves and feeling guilty they are trying to deny what they are doing by accusing their spouse. You have the choice of sitting down with your husband and asking him to prove you are cheating and if he cannot he should drop it as you are getting tired of defending yourself. If this does not work then you both should seek marriage counseling. Sometimes husbands that have grown up in an environment where one or both parents cheated; or they have been cheating on by one or more women in their past may cause him to feel he should cheat first rather than wait for his spouse to cheat on him.

When your spouse has an emotional affair, it takes on a different meaning than a physical affair. Emotional affairs mean that your spouse has given part of their love and devotion to someone else. When it is about sex, you can find ways to move past it easier. When it involves emotion, well that is a whole different animal.

Angry is an adjective. Only verbs have past participles.Anger is the verb form, and angered is the past participle.Her annoying habits angered him.Be careful, though. Anger can be a noun, as well.My anger got the best of me.

Answer Why is having your spouce confess to a past affair so important? If you know about it and she doesn't want to talk about it, then perhaps it's better to move forward than stay in the shadows of the past, wouldn't you think?

If you have proof positive your spouse is cheating then confront them and stop enabling their behavior. Let them know they are either going to try to save the marriage by seeing a Marriage Counselor and making an effort to improve upon the marriage or they are out the door! If they are in denial and continue to cheat then you are going to have to make some heartbreaking decisions and follow through on your threat; perhaps get a separation for the time being and this may well shock the spouse that is cheating into wanting to earn your trust back and stop their cheating. Although cheating is extremely hurtful to the other spouse and there are no excuses for cheating there are several reasons a person may cheat: the spouse may have grown up in an environment where one or both parents cheated; they may have had relationships in the past or possibly even a marriage where their mate cheated; it is also possible that the cheating spouse may constantly need to know they are attractive and virile to the opposite sex; some cheating spouses feel unloved and try to find love; others are addicted to sex and seek further relationships while others simply like sex and the danger of being caught cheating (a thrill.) Good communication skills and either a Marriage Counsel or a psychologist is the only way a marriage in this amount of trouble may be saved, but it takes the two spouses to agree to get the help.

Moved is the simple past and the past participle of move.

In my past experiences i have found that in order to get the truth out of a cheating partner or spouse you have to already know a good amount of the truth. True cheaters never reveal their methods unless caught in the act.

It could all just be fears of yours taking form in your dreams Dreams provide information about the dreamer through symbols. This dream suggests that the dreamer feels abandoned by the spouse. The "cheating" might represent anything that takes the spouse away from the dreamer. This might be anything from working too much overtime to spending too much time with family, friends, or sports. It generally means that it's something your scared of. That if it's happened to you before in the past. You fear it will happen to you again. That you should watch out for any other signs that your spouse is actually cheating on you. Maybe its a warning, maybe its not. just watch your back and keep all your valuables locked up or hidden until you know for sure that the one you are with isn't planning on leaving or cheating you. EVER!

The past tense of "move" is "moved".

The past tense of move is moved.

"Had moved" is the past perfect form of "move".

Past practice, when it continues, is a good precedent. The cheating will probably never stop.

He growled at his rival in anger.He has a lot of anger inside him.You need anger management.

Many reasons - maybe she doesn't know. Really, the internet and mobile phones make cheating a lot easier. Or maybe she doesn't realize he's a serial cheater and thinks it was a one off affair. There is the idea that the couple can "get past" an affair [singular], which might be true, just not with a serial cheater. This type of spouse has deeper issues and will never ever stop cheating. Ever.

The past participle of the word 'move' is 'moved'. 'I have moved your papers into the study.'

* You have to view if your mates cheating and if they have cheated once and seem to be trying in your relationship then 'to 'err is human' which means anyone can make a mistake. If he is continuously cheating then he has broken that bond of trust you have in him over and over again and it is not likely he will change. So, before you forgive think about the above statement and then decide if he is worth forgiving.

ANSWER: If he gave you something in the past that hurt you, I will not blame you. But you must have a lot of evidence to know if he is cheating on you. If not, all you have is crazy thought.

Forgave.Definition: Past tense of forgive.Sentence: Sarah forgave John yesterday for cheating on her.

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