Why is it hard to have intimacy with your spouse even though you have forgiven him for cheating on you?
- Women for the most part are romantics; when they love they are extremely passionate about it and are geared towards complete commitment from the one they love. Most wives are extremely loyal towards their spouse and therefore feel they have nothing to fear until some husbands decide to have an affair and it comes as a great shock to the woman. The wife feels deeply hurt and heartbroken; she may feel stupid for being made a fool of; she is jealous of the other woman and wonders what the other woman had that she did not have; she will cry until eventually she just becomes angry at her spouse for causing her all this pain and will built up a wall (without knowing it) to protect herself from being hurt again because the person she loved broke that bond of trust. If her husband has never cheated before and knows he has made a terrible mistake and the hurt he has inflicted on his wife he should be willing to go to marriage counseling to learn tools to deal with marriage problems and if he is not willing to take full blame for his affair and acts as if both of you can simply sweep it under the rug then you need to make it clear to him that you are not going to live in a marriage without some help from marriage counseling and if he continues to refuse then file for divorce. The affair is still fresh in your memory; you are still left wondering why he had the affair; you feel he may do it again because he has broken that bond of trust and therefore when you both are trying to get back to your regular sexual relationship you have images of a faceless woman being with your husband doing the same things together plus you are still inwardly hurt and angry at him and few women would not feel very romantic enough to continue a sexual relationship with all that hurt they are bottling up inside of them. Please, get marriage counseling if you both want to save your marriage.
Probably not, you should let the cheating spouse know that you know he's cheating though! If you want answers, you can contact the mistress to get the truth... although she may just direct you back to your spouse and tell you to talk to him (to avoid confrontation). Read More
No. He or she could do it again. Unless you love them so much that you can't stand living without them. I wouldn't though. Read More
Depending on the assets they have as a couple, probably not much more than the normal split. Freedom from a cheating spouse is guaranteed with divorce, though. Read More
ANSWER: You can't do this even though he hurt you so badly. But if doing this will give you closure, you need to decide how and when you can do it. And here is my advice to you, your spouse doesn't deserved anything, alter all it was your spouse who hurt you, not you to him Read More
Can you get an allergic reaction like breaking out in hives and swollen abody parts from your cheating spouse but the cheating spouse shows no symptoms?
It is possible to show signs of a sexual transmitted disease even though your partner does not. Many STD'S don't show any symptoms at all. It is important to ask your doctor . Read More
*Unless you have some hard facts the spouse is cheating and lying about it then yes, it can be mental abuse if you are always bringing the matter up and it's affecting your relationship. The only way you will know for sure is to follow your spouse (that's how I caught my first husband cheating) or hire a detective. If you aren't willing to do either then you are going to have to live with… Read More
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… Read More
Not all cheating husbands are mean. There could be a number of reasons why a spouse that is cheating is being mean. I can't accurately answer this because it would call for a lot of speculation on my part. I think the best thing to do is to sit down and speak with the cheating spouse about the bitterness. Now if he's a cheat, than you can't expect full honesty from him. What you can… Read More
No, once a spouse has cheated they have broken that bond of trust even though humans are not perfect and can make one mistake by cheating on their spouse. The spouse that was cheated on will always have that hurt tucked away in the back of their minds and be very wary of their spouse cheating again. However, many times a spouse may cheat; that bond of trust broken, but if it was just a… Read More
if your spouse cheated on you then he/she is no good anyway. If they really loved you, there should be no reason at all for them to cheat. You should move on (even though it might be hard) and find someone who is going to appreciate you and not take your love for granted. Someone is out there for you who is going to treat you right. Trust me!! Read More
The best way to take revenge is to forgive her. If she is any human she will be pierced in her whole life by the sole thought that you have forgiven her though she had cheated you. It will be a silent slap. (According to Hindu religious scriptures Forgiveness is a great virtue.) Read More
Generally, if the will was not changed to make provisions for the new spouse, the new spouse would be given an intestate share of the estate. A will that made provisions for a former spouse would be construed as though the former spouse had predeceased the testator. Read More
The other spouse may not know; may know, but is saying nothing or, they just don't care and may be cheating on their spouse. No one is getting away with anything as cheating is selfish and cruel and not necessary. Instead of cheating on someone it is easy enough to break up whether going steady; engaged or married, but people who cheat never consider anyone but themselves. The winner will be the loyal person even… Read More
No, he is not cheating! he loves perrie though I wish I was his only love lol Read More
Driven. Forgiven, Livin' Livin', Driven, forgiven A word that rhymes with given is Kevin. driven, livin', ribbon, quiverin' not sure though. Livin', Driven, forgiven Read More
== if you feel it's the right thing to do, then go ahead. Whatever you decide should be totally up to you, but cheating on your spouse is not right. Consider how might they feel if you were to tell them. Would you want someone to cheat on you? I didn't think so. == No, never tell on your self. It may not be right to cheat but you still don't want to get caught… Read More
When a spouse dies and has a will does the surviving spouse get everything even though surviving spouse is not executor?
That will depend entirely on what the will says. It may split things out to other people and the will has to be followed. Read More
I don't know the exact percents, but statically speaking most cheating spouses DO NOT marry the person whom they have cheated with. It's not about love though the cheating people often feel "love". Its about the thrill of the chase and they mis interpret the feeling of adrenaline for the feelings of love. Once the non cheating spouse leaves the situation it is rare that the cheating couple will continue on with a serious lifetime… Read More
I think so It can only become more serious though if she sends a letter as you Read More
Most likely in the same ways that you might know she was cheating with a man. It could even be less obvious, though, especially if she was cheating with one of her female friends. Read More
You are probably missing your cheating ex husband because even though he cheated on you, you may still love him. Read More
No but he really like Aphrodite even though she was married to Hephaestus. Read More
hm....i think its wives...but its ALSO CALLED CHEATING! polygamy Generally cheating defined as engaging in a relationship with another person without the consent of the original partner. By this the status of polygamy as cheating would depend on the original partner not knowing about it or knowing about it and not acquiescing to it. In countries where polygamy is legal, it is considered fairly normal. Even then though, if the first spouse doesn't approve it… Read More
some times you dont. you will find out eventally though. Read More
How about you study the night or day before, and do the test without cheating? I would rather you get an F without cheating than an A by cheating, because even though you get an A you really have learned nothing from what you were taught. Read More
Can a back taxes debt be forgiven if the person was going through post traumatic stress disorder and dealing with a very sick spouse who was terminally ill and passed away?
Sadly - maybe even a little cruelly - no. You must still pay those taxes, though the IRS will almost certainly be happy to grant you an extension of some kind. But they're not going to go away. Read More
Why is it that my husband always accuses me of cheating he always threatens me he is going to leave me which happens very often even though im not cheating?
stop cheating on him? - well maybe you are doing something that you are unaware of but your husband senses other things , that leads up too you cheating on him. Read More
Does a spouse have to pay back a loan of a deceased spouse if they are not a joint holder of the loan?
Depends on the state you live in. * If the married couple resided in a community property state the surviving spouse might be held accountable for the debt even though the loan was only in the name of the deceased spouse. In all other states the surviving spouse is not responsible for debt that is incurred solely by a living or deceased spouse. Read More
With having ADD, your chances of cheating on your partner do increase slightly. ALong with that, though, I do have to say that cheating is not something that can be blamed on ADD. Your ADD does not make you cheat, you choose to cheat. Therefor, yes, ADD does slightly impact the chances of you cheating. But it's not the total reason, or is it something that you should blame your cheating on. Read More
the new spouse is not responsible for the child(ren). However, the State may place liens on real and personal property, including bank accounts, even though the new spouse is a joint owner. Read More
Is it cheating when your bf texts his friend that is a girl every day all day even though she lives far away?
If it's just general conversation, it's not cheating. Read More
you can, most people do, a person they know or are currently seeing, and a movie star/celebrity... but some people do "fancy" more than 1 person at a time, this usually leads to cheating on your boyfriend/girlfriend/spouse, or if your single, much confusion.. its perfectly normal though Read More
Yes, when he is at a certain age (not sure what age though) Read More
He was divorced with Dita Von Teese because he was cheating on her, she divorced him though. Read More
Stepparents are not responsible for their stepchildren. Your spouse is not responsible for your child(ren). However, the State may place liens on real and personal property, including bank accounts, even though your spouse is a joint owner. Read More
Is it normal for a person to think of their spouses betrayal even though the two are not together anymore?
Yes, it's very normal for a person who has been betrayed by an ex spouse to think of it off and on because when two people meet and either marry or living together they are so much in love they feel that love will never diminish no matter what problems arise, but the reality of it is, that one spouse can be weaker as far as trying to save a marriage and would rather cheat… Read More
You ask for help. Then you do the best you can. Homework is just practice for the learning you do in class. If you do not know what you are doing, there really is no point in trying to practice. Ask your teacher. Ask another student in the class. Definitely ask here. Cheating though is not cheating against your teacher, or the work. It is cheating you. Read More
Depends on what you think "Cheating" is, the guide is just a video game walk-through book, that helps assist you though-out the game, "cheating" would probably be more like going on the Internet and looking up "cheat codes" Read More
Basically whatever you want to. If you want to stay married you can. Some prisons have facilities for "Conjugal visits" where you can get together for a bit of intimacy. Also depending on how big a risk the prisoner is seen to be, and (probably) if the prisoner has been behaving or not. If you want to get divorced you can do that too. Not that coming up with acceptable reasons for divorce has been… Read More
No. It is not a criminal offence in most jurisdictions. Though you could file for a divorce. Read More
Tom is angry that Daisy is cheating on him. Even though he cheated on her Read More
Prenuptial agreement or not, the new spouse is not responsible for the child(ren). However, the State may place liens on real and personal property, including bank accounts, even though the new spouse is a joint owner. Read More
What should you do if you found numbers on your boyfriend's cell to a girl from work and his ex-girlfriend said he was cheating on you and you found out she drove you bf home even though he denied it?
If he denies it, then most likely.. He is cheating... Read More
Is there something you can do to make your fiance parent eventually accept your spouse even though she didn't approve of the marriage?
Possibly. Read More
No - that's fraud. Read More
That will depend on the intestacy laws for the jurisdiction. In most cases the estate will be split between the children and the spouse, though the spouse will usually be the trustee for the children's share. Read More
Not very much. If you are caught cheating, or lying, the law could get involved though. Read More
There is no cheats for this game.However a hacking engine does work.It's funner without cheating though. Read More
code and i dont think there is one yet u can get him with out cheating though Read More
You cannot do much about that. She is your mom and older than you so she has the right. You can talk to her though. Read More