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this article pisses me off. it puts the crazy behavior on the faithful partner. WRONG. no matter what happened- the cheater was the one who did the wrong thing. if there were problems in the relationship he/she could have dealt with them in other honest ways like communicating, counseling, or ending the relationship.
the faithful partner is in a traumatized state after this fundamental trust has be broken.
if the cheater wants to repair things, than he/she needs to quit gaslighting. Own up to what he/she did and offer a heartfelt apologize, rebuild trust by making his/her phone available, or leave the relationship, but still offer a heartfelt apology and remorse.
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