Infidelity, Stay Go How to Know?
Infidelity can come in many forms and happens more often than couples are willing to admit. Studies on infidelity are therefore hard to conduct due to lack of honest data. Any one who has ever experienced infidelity can share how difficult it was go through the experience.
The question immediately asked that ruminates painfully in one’s head after an infidelity is, should I stay or go after the infidelity is discovered? The answer often is, it depends on many factors.
The question on staying or going can be more complicated than a one size fits all answer. Your friends & family might tell you to leave as soon as possible, when you would do better to stay. Others may tell you to stay at any and all costs, when it might be safer and better for you to leave. How to know? My goal is to educate people to make long term educated healing choices.
No matter what any book with sure fire “marriage savior” promises you, not all relationships after infidelity can be saved, nor should they be.
Not all relationships after an infidelity however should be terminated or abandoned. Instead, some are very worth fighting for and will grow into a better more mature relationship that is still to come..
The critical question is therefore: How do you know when to stay and when to go after infidelity? What do you need to know to make the best informed choice as to your particular infidelity situation?
Your Informed Choice.
The choice to stay or go is always yours to make. Having an experienced therapists, who is not scared do explore and educate you about your own particular infidelity situation and all the emotions, may help you make a better informed choice.
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