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Nothing does it better than cutting something in the root. When you get the initial idea of getting close to someone, maintain distance. Nobody is perfect and being careful sometimes involve being distant from someone. Self-control cannot be always exercised. Stop sharing marriage problems to the opposite sex.
Sometimes an extra marital affair can be a valuable wake up call to both partners, bringing them to a place of realization that their marriage is precious and needs to be cherished and protected. If there is remorse on the part of the one who had the affair, and forgiveness from the other spouse, then there is a good chance that the marriage will survive. The tendency to blame, and use the matter as “ammunition” to blackmail or manipulate the one who had the affair, cannot be tolerated. A fresh start needs to be made, and in most cases some professional marriage counseling would be advisable.
Confront your spouse and call upon friends and loved ones who will help hold your spouse accountable. Ask your spouse to remove the circumstance and person that led him to cheat from his/her life. Seek reconciliation and counseling. You cannot control your spouse, but you can give them a chance to repent if you would like to save your marriage.
You cannot stop an affair in the marriage. It is up to your partner (or you if you are the guilty party) to recognize that the affair will cause enormous heartbreak for all those connected with your family. If your spouse is cheating, you do have ownership in how you respond to the infidelity. Counseling, healthy nutrition, and exercise are simple things that can help you work through the anxiety associated with marital infidelity. Surrounding yourself with a cadre of supportive friends, relatives, and professionals is an important measure as well. Encourage your partner to talk about the infidelity. If he or she is open to conversation, marital healing is possible.