If you’re in the midst of figuring out how to handle infidelity, then you’ve probably asked yourself, can you make a relationship work after cheating?The honest truth is that it really does depend on so many different variables.Sometimes, the truth never comes out, and the person who did the deed spends years saddled with a guilty conscience.Other times, it does come to light and wreaks absolute havoc on what may have seemed like a good relationship.
Everything that could reasonably create distance between me and D-Day, I've completed. If I spent so much effort fixing what I could fix, why do I still think life is shit, right?
It May Be Possible If You Can Avoid Asking About/Sharing The Dirty Details If preserving the relationship is on the table, then despite the agonizing temptation, “[don’t] ask for the gory details! “Ask questions like ‘what did this person make you feel that you don’t feel in our relationship? But before deciding if staying together really is something you both want, it’s a good idea to spend some time apart to process what has happened in your own time.
Then, you can approach your relationship with a clear head.
I installed Bumble and Tinder after I felt like I could become interested in someone again. They were all nice people, but I did not feel a connection with any of them. Now I know I'm emotionally vulnerable at this time, and that I have a tendency associate my self-worth with how well I do with girls I'm interested with.
I'm aware of it, and cognicent of my feelings and why I have them, but I still feel like total shit when my dating life goes wrong.