If you’ve ever been cheated on, you know that it feels pretty awful. It’s a blow to your ego and your self-esteem. It makes you question your judgement in terms of choosing a partner. You start to blame yourself, wondering if you could have done anything to keep them more interested so that they didn’t feel like they had to look elsewhere. Your trust is shot, and if you do decide to start over with someone new, the process for building it back up again becomes harder than ever.
But the flip side of cheating is no walk in the park either. The anxiety that comes with sneaking around, the guilt you feel after committing the crime and having to see your partner who is none the wiser about what you’ve done, and, if you decide to, breaking the news is incredibly unpleasant.
So then, why do people do it? And if it does happen, what should you do about it? Here’s everything you need to know about cheating, straight from the experts (and a few real women who have been there).
When he found out he had a cheating girlfriend, this man gave her an epic birthday surprise! Check it out!