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In a recent Reddit thread, people shared what happened when they gave their cheating partner another chance. Or is the old saying, "once a cheater, always a cheater" 100% true all of the time?Don't recommend anyone to go through the same experience.Edit: we're still good friends, though." —"My ex's excuse (the second time he cheated) was that I didn't have time for him and was neglecting his sexual needs.He begged me to stay, asked me to go to marriage counseling, set up appointment for individual therapy for himself, etc.
It made us see what we almost lost and showed the value of our relationship.
At the time we had a toddler, I was pregnant with kid #2, and acting as my mother's caregiver while she died of brain cancer.
To be honest, he was right in that I wasn't horny and didn't really have time for his bullshit, but he could have helped me rather than spending his free time having sex with other people." —"I ended up not giving a shit at a certain point, because like [another poster] said, the insecurities will destroy you.
We worked less on the affair itself (only two sessions) and more on everything else that was stressing the marriage that we didn't realize. Our relationship is stronger than it ever has been.
And he learned that because he has the inability to distinguish between people who really need help and those who want something else, he needs to work on himself and his desire to be needed before he should be trying to 'help.' He still goes to his own therapist once a month. After breaking up [with my partner], I found out in the 4 year relationship, he cheated with 5 people (that I know of) including my close friend and another family friend.