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Can you tell how to overcome infedility in marriage?


Can you tell how to overcome infedility in marriage?

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emmasmith Answered:

There come many situations in the life when you find it hard to resolve your relationship issues and at such a time, the solution that comes to mind is seeking the relationship therapy. The therapy exercises are the best way to bring your declining relation back to the loving state. An experienced relationship therapist will examine the reasons behind issues.

Jeremiah Answered:

Infidelity is best addressed under the care of a professional counselor. Both spouses must be willing to do the work or they will not be successful. The work requires a commitment to trust, and the victim must be willing and able to forgive their spouse. If resentment lingers, it will be difficult to reestablish trust and bring the relationship back to a loving place. Most importantly is the passage of time. The victim of infidelity should take as much time as he or she needs to make decisions about their feelings toward their partner and whether they can stay in the marriage. Afterwards, more time is needed to rebuild trust and respect. The person practicing the infidelity must be certain there is no chance it could recur.

NELSON Answered:

Get counseling. As soon as possible. Don't spend time fighting about it, and trying to blame them for everything falling apart. If your marriage is worth fighting for, and you both believe that, then work together to fix the issue.

ROBERTS Answered:

Ask that your spouse cut off all contact with the person they cheated on you with. If they do that, then you can choose how you want to move on, and what they need to do to regain your trust.

HappyWifeHappyLife Answered:

Discuss everything. Couples who are completely honest with each other and communicate well are more likely to avoid infidelity.

Sarahrana Answered:

As this is the worst-case-scenery you probably really need to find a counselor or therapist. Make sure that the therapist is pro-marriage which means that he doesn´t consider infidelity as a marital death sentence.

Sarahrana Answered:

By rebuilding the confidence step by step. To do that you might need some therapeutical assistance.

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