One of the most difficult questions in how to survive infidelity, after the initial shock, isn’t making the choice to work on you marriage, but rather to learn to trust your spouse again. There are some things that you can do to rebuild the trust, restore the relationship with your partner and save your marriage.
If you’re married, I’m sure you know from experience that things don’t always go smoothly. Add a spouse’s infidelity into the mix and you’re looking at some serious emotional upheaval.
To deal with the ups and downs of married life, some people find solace and strength in meaningful quotes on infidelity and marriage.
I’m sure you agree with me that happy and love filled marriages are hard to find and even more challenging to maintain.
Those who have been married for a while know it takes constant effort on the part of both spouses to remain together and exhibit a union of love and harmony. Successful couples employ diverse ways to strength their relationship and live together in harmony.
Your self-esteem takes a hit, and you feel completely out of control and like you will never be happy again.
The thing is, whether your marriage survives or not — you can recover and heal after an affair.
Your emotions will go from up to down at the drop of a hat.
You’ll be enjoying a normal day when tears spring to your eyes or you feel red hot hatred for the spouse with whom you just shared a loving kiss.
These roller coaster emotions are actually normal to a point, but there are ways to take charge of them when dealing with infidelity.
And with that one act you are left in a puddle of unhappiness and seemingly never-ending misery.
The affair has cost you plenty, in terms of:
Negative and obsessive thoughts.
Haunting images of the two of them together
Feeling tense and anxious all the time
Your self-esteem is demolished
You feel unworthy and insecure