If Your Partner Cheats Does That Give You A Cheat?

Sarah Pepper
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A man wrote an article talking about infidelity in marriage.

This the excerpt from Reddit.

“Maybe part of figuring things out involves exploration,” he said. “We both haven’t been happy for a long time. Maybe I don’t want to admit to myself that I want someone else? How would I know unless I try? Am I no better than the person that cheated on me if I feel that maybe this is part of MY process? I would love to hear feedback from anyone, especially those with any experience. How did it work out for you?”
Here’s the thing and I say this as a single girl who has only been in a five year relationship that ended in cheating that I don’t know if I could ever get over it. I don’t know if I could let that go. I say that though not having built a house or a marriage and can only speak from my own experience and I couldn’t rebuild that trust. I would always worry but maybe for you, you could get past it. You could get over. You could ignore that voice in your head.
Maybe you did what this guy and had a cheat for a cheat and they cancelled each other out. What do you think?
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