If you’ve been involved in a break up because one or both people cheated, you may wonder what you’re chances are for making up after cheating. This is a very tricky situation. Cheating is such a personal issue that it really depends on the circumstances behind what happened. The answer is going to be different for every couple.
Getting back together with an ex-girlfriend or ex-boyfriend after you’ve broken up for any reason is difficult. When you add cheating to the equation, it gets even muddier. Cheating is a serious breach of trust. It may cause a serious rift between a couple that simply cannot be overcome. The seriousness of cheating cannot be overemphasized.
Your new romantic partner says you’re “soul mates,” and quickly proclaims undying love. You fall head over heels—into a web of deceit and destruction. It’s called “love fraud,” and a new book helps you avoid it: “Red Flags of Love Fraud—10 signs you’re dating a sociopath.”
The author, Donna Andersen of Atlantic City, New Jersey, was married to a sociopath. Her ex-husband took $227,000 from her, cheated with six women during their two-year marriage, had a child with one of them, and 10 days after she left him, he married the mother of the child—the second time he committed bigamy. Andersen has told her story on “Who the (Bleep) Did I Marry?,” ” My Life is a Lifetime Movie,” and the “Ricki Lake Show.”
I have been with this guy for 8 years. The first two years were great. However, the last three were horrible.
We got married about two years ago, and things got worst.We both had agreed to change but nothing happened. I have been wanting to leave this relationship off and on for years, but I never had any place to go. Also he helped me take care of my daughter and I needed the help. Don’t get me wrong I did love him.
One of our major problems is that he has a social problems and never wants to attend my family events, I also would love a more attentive man who spoils me.