Having a spouse that cheated can hurt in many ways. It can affect your wellbeing and life in many different areas. The number seems greater as the population grows. Today’s constant access to media and news doesn’t shelter us from hearing the effects of cheating spouses and sometime the train wreck they leave behind.
Mobile tablets at on our finger tips constantly remind us of the lack of glamour that sometimes comes along when having a spouse that took the low road by cheating, deceiving, betraying and probably lying to themselves and their spouse or partners. Cheating or being cheated on can drain everyone, cause anxiety, depression, alcohol and substance abuse issues.
5 ways to let go of a cheater:
1. Love Yourself More Than You Love Your Partner
Simply put. Take the focus off of them and put the focus on your own life. You only have one life to live. Why would you place yourself in such a compromising situation or life?
2. Don’t Ask Why, When, Who, or How
What’s the difference? Trying to figure out why, when, who or how is a natural feeling and questions that comes along when you are faced with betrayal and deception. It simply hurts. However, at one point you have to accept that it’s not you, it’s the other person.
3. Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
Stop negative thoughts in their tracks. Change your life start living the life you want. Negative thoughts will affect your behavior and quality of life if you let them.
4. Embrace the Change
Change your own life for the better. You must fully believe that this is a new beginning, not the end of the road.
5. Let Go
Sometimes just letting go is the most important step. Holding on to the person will only hurt you and the other person. Over time, let go of your worries and your attachments.