Was reading this story about it and somehow the guy still tries to work it out:
When they're boyfriend and girlfriend, she gets caught in bed with his friend.
She is supposedly remorseful
He takes her back after a while
Years later he still married her, promising not to bring it up
Now they have a very young child
Guy recently brings up her old cheating but is also now possibly cheating in revenge after 10 years later
I think he never got over it but tried to
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I haven't had many relationships to begin with.
I only know what has been told to me.
To my knowledge, I've never been cheated on.
It would break my heart enough knowing If I was cheated on.
I could only imagine adding salt to the injury and actually seeing it with my own eyes.
It would be almost be like watching a video you don't want to see,
and having it being replayed over and over in your mind.
Not being able to get over something...you're constantly going to have
to face that.
Especially, if it happened in a place that is familiar to you (such as your home).
How can you walk into that room and not see that same scene again and again?
Sure, If I loved the person enough I can try to move past it if I saw they were
sincere and felt that they would never do it again.
But, if I am unable to get past it I will be doing our relationship more harm than good
because I would be constantly living in the past.
If I felt myself unable to get over it, I would end the relationship.
I had a "friend" that told me he was dating this girl.
He left her at his cousin's house to go to the store.
He had forgotten something and came back 5 minutes later, only to see her making
out with his cousin.
His cousin cursed him out and the girl he was dating was no remorseful.
He dumped the girl, but his relationship was never the same with his cousin again.