After Being Cheated On: Distinguishing Between Fears and Warnings

“I never want to go through that again,” I think we all say after being cheated on once we’re through the initial whitewater of the discovery that bashes us upon the rocks. We examine our memories for the missed clues about the affair and we scan the horizon carefully, looking for signs of another impendingContinue reading “After Being Cheated On: Distinguishing Between Fears and Warnings”

We Want Them to Fight For Us

  When it comes down to being cheated on, I think that was the hardest thing- That he didn’t see the marriage – didn’t see ME – as something worth fighting for.    I remember reading stories from people who had unfaithful partners who confessed and condemned their own actions, throwing themselves into recovery. IContinue reading “We Want Them to Fight For Us”

Faulty Cheating Logic

I keep encountering people who believe the following: If a man cheats on his wife, then the marriage was sexless. If the marriage was sexless, then it was the wife’s fault. Therefore, if a man cheats on his wife, it was the wife’s fault. *I’m sticking with the male cheater and asexual wife here becauseContinue reading “Faulty Cheating Logic”