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This friend of mine was happily married (or so she thought) for over two decades. My friend went on the woman’s twitter account the other day.A few years ago, her now ex unearthed her by asking for a divorce, and then marrying the woman he was cheating with, just days after their divorce was final. I watched her go from rock bottom at day one, trying to absorb the shock, through all the phases that included tears, depression, furry, fear, bad dates, confusion, to where she is now: a happy, healthy beautiful, successful person who is very much in love with a great guy. Ok, I know that might seem a little stalkerish, but I actually don’t see it that way. Trust me, I’ve seen way worse when it comes to men and women stalking their ex’s. So, anyhow, she saw all the people the woman followed on Twitter, and noticed that she follows 10 cheating sites!Don’t forget that this man is with you now -- and for a reason.It’s because he wants to be with you, because he finds you special, attractive and interesting.You should give him your support when he wants to spend time with them.You can use that time for yourself and to find ways to relax on your own.The fact that he’s been married shouldn’t make any difference to your own sense of self-worth and your own life.Make the most out of what you have and be the best person you can be.
He has come to you with all the experience, but also the scars of a married man. Finding the root of your jealousy will help you to better understand yourself and your partner. Or, perhaps you’ve been emotionally wounded in the past.Sites that include information like, “how to catch your husband cheating,” “What to do if you think you husband is cheating,” and “signs he’s sleeping with someone else.” The woman was also following several sites that were in the town where my friend lives. The reason this is important to share is because I get so many emails from women (and men) whose spouse said “I want a divorce” and left them for someone, and the person paints this picture in their head that everything is blissful with their ex and his new spouse. Here is a woman who willingly began an affair with a married man, stole him from the wife, and is now suspecting that he is cheating on her. I am of the opinion that any relationship which starts with lies and cheating has a huge chance of failure, long term. Because eventually, the burden of the guilt associated with what you did catches up with you and it damages the relationship.Why is she following our town when she lives 500 miles away? The person ends up with such self-hatred that they either take it out on the new person (like it was his or her fault for participating in the cheating) or they cheat again. I don’t want to generalize, and I am sure there are countless men and women who technically cheated, but whose marriages were totally over.Always know that the most important battles will not be those against some imaginary foes -- but the ones against yourself.Nina Edwards holds a doctorate in clinical psychology and has been writing about families and relationships since 2000.