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Hi, if you personally were cheated on, would you want to know?

Hi, thank you for stopping by! So the topic of cheating…let’s get right into it. If you
suspect that you were cheated on, I think that communication between you and your partner is so necessary. It’s not good to assume and it will cause a lot of stress if you over-think. Good old fashion communication is a good step. It’s also a good idea to be prepared for a response that you may or may not want to hear. Knowing that you were cheated on can cause all kinds of trust issues and insecurities but so can other factors in a relationship. For example, not knowing if you were cheated on or not can cause the same issues. If you are the one who cheated, I don’t think it’s always necessary to come clean if you don’t plan on continuing the “committed” relationship because that can cause more harm to the person that you are with. I think that you can end the relationship in other ways without admitting to cheating. Everyone is different, as is every relationship but I do believe that there are some relationship 101 fundamentals. For example, a healthy relationship involves trust and honesty. Now, if you’re talking about an ex who cheated but you never knew, I don’t think that’s important to know one way or the other. I think that’s in the past and irrelevant and something you shouldn’t be concerned about especially since you aren’t together anymore. That piece of information isn’t necessary to know. Being cheated on in a current relationship however is different. Some people believe the saying “once a cheater, always a cheater” but others don’t. There’s really no way of knowing if the saying is true or not. Finding out if you were cheated on in a current relationship can go one of two ways. One, the relationship is over sooner or later or two, you decide to stay together and work through it. I know that you asked a very straightforward question but I work I the world of relationships LOL and I can think of so many different dynamics, more than what I have included in this response. I hope this helps! Final thought: what is meant to be will be and what is not meant to be won’t.

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