It can be a real slap in the face to find out that the person you loved and thought you new is a cheater. The affair has taken away your stability and your belief in everything you thought was good. You find yourself struggling to believe what your cheating spouse says, while also struggling with your own internal thoughts and feelings. When dealing with infidelity, it is normal to feel certain negative emotions such as anger or feeling needy because your self-esteem is in the toilet. However, if you want to save your marriage and your sanity, you really want to try and lean how to manage these crippling emotions.
Dealing with infidelity and its aftermath in your relationship is one of life’s most stressful experiences. Just the thought of the most important person in your life being unfaithful to you can and does send you into a tailspin of negative feelings and emotions. You know that you need to end the season of pain, stop obsessing about the details and move on with your spouse to start over, but what roadblocks are standing in your way and preventing you from repairing your relationship after cheating and moving forward with your life?