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Emotional Affairs

How to Get Over Someone Who Cheated and Lied to You

Help Getting Over Someone Who Cheated and Lied

Breakups are painful; infidelity and affairs are worse. Being cheated on is an emotional, physical, and psychological betrayal that doesn’t just heal overnight. How do you get over someone who cheated on you and lied about it – especially if you loved a man or lived with your husband for years?

what to do when you dont trust your husband

How to Live With a Husband You Don’t Trust

“I don’t trust my husband,” said Shelly, a She Blossoms reader in Vancouver. “I want to, but he lied about money and what he does after work so many times…I just can’t trust him. I know he cheated on me at least once but he denies it. How do I live with a husband I don’t trust?”

Is My Wife Cheating on You? A Test

Is Your Wife Cheating on You? A Simple Test

You know it’ll hurt, but you need to find out for sure if your wife is having an affair. This quick little “is she cheating on me?” test will help you see your wife’s behavior more objectively. More importantly, you’ll see your marriage in a different light. You’ll also learn that an affair doesn’t mean you are an unlovable or undesirable husband.

How to End an Affair You Want to Continue

How to End an Affair You Want to Continue

It hurts, but you know you need to end the affair. These suggestions aren’t just tips on how to break up. Rather, they will help you see that a healthy ending will ease the pain and soothe your soul. You’ll see your affair in a different light. You’ll also realize that ending the affair is about rebuilding your self-respect and focusing on why you can’t keep cheating.