Within your relationship, your partner has somehow lied / cheated / been unfaithful to you, or at least not totally honest to you and deceptive / manipulative.
Your partner still loves you strongly, is hurt and is deeply sorry, but at the same time frustrated and angry at you because you no longer trust them.
Regardless, you are still in love with your partner and were in a perfect relationship before they did that to you.
Which of the answers below is most likely how you would feel and what you would do?
- Feel that the hurt outweighs the love and just break up with them / cut contact for good.Vote A
- Feel hurt and think that the relationship should end but stay as friends, until either, your feelings disappear and move on, or you work on the relationship again.Vote B
- Feel forgiveness, work on the relationship to trust them again, give them another chance / try to fix the major problem of why they did it and if they will change.Vote C
- Feel some dislike for your partner, but won't let them go as you still love each other. Will think of a way to get revenge or retaliation on them to make them realise how you felt when they betrayed you.Vote D
- Feel indifferent about the betrayal as long as they are sorry. Stay in the relationship but with more distance and altered rules.Vote E
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Personally there are things that can be forgiven, it comes down to what they did, and if they are truly sorry and have the motivation to fix their problems and become a better person out of it.
Not everyone is perfect, and some people do things out of fear, or insecurities. Not saying what they did is right, depending what they did, but not everyone has the same reasons for what they did.
There are things however I cannot forgive, like if someone cheats on me with someone else, that to be is one of the ultimate in betrayals.
I'm a very forgiving and understanding person, but there are things I do not forgive.3THIS IS NOT RELEVANT ANYMORE