Have you ever experienced the pain of a cheating partner? Have you battled with the decision of whether you should or shouldn't forgive a cheating man? Do you know why men cheat? Cheating is a painful dilemma present in the dating world. Unfortunately, so many women can relate to the agony of dealing with a cheating partner; but, should you forgive a cheating man?
It is important to remember that there are two people in a relationship and if cheating occurs, there is a problem with the relationship. Only one of you might be experiencing this difficulty but you both must confront the issue. Have you considered that your actions may be the reason your man has cheated? Have you fallen into constantly complaining and being negative? Have you forgotten to let him know how much you love him and continue to make him feel special? A man feels neglect quite easily and this makes him prone to cheat.
The first course of action is to change your habits. If you are guilty of nonstop moaning and arguing, make a conscious effort to bite your tongue. If you notice a difference in your man then you are on your way to fixing the problems in your relationship. Give it time and be patient, but if you don't detect some improvement, now is the time for you to decide whether you should forgive your cheating man.
You must be honest with yourself. To truly forgive him you must be able to avoid constantly reminding him of his cheating and be able to move on. If you know that you cannot let go of the betrayal then just end the relationship. The trust factor has been destroyed and you will always be suspicious of him cheating again. It is said, "Once a cheater, always a cheater," but you must decipher whether this is true of your guy. Pay attention to his actions and be fair. Be fair to yourself also and listen to your instincts. If you truly believe he will not cheat again, decide what you can live with and if you should forgive a cheating man.