Do you believe the statement “once a cheater, always a cheater”???
Do you think cheaters can change and stop their cheating ways?
Like any addiction, a Recovering
Cheater ® faces daily challenges, daily tests, and makes a daily affirmation to live a better life… and it’s worth it. If your man or woman truly sees the reality of what cheating does—how it rips apart families and tears to shreds relationships—the s/he will follow the new path with new conviction.
Recovering Cheater®, if you’re reading out there, here are some words of advice: Expect to be tested. Expect to be tempted. And vow to change your old habits. Flirting stops. Lying (all lying) stops. Hanging out with friends who are known cheaters stops. Doing that activity that got you caught (like saying you were golfing when you were actually screwing around) stops. Yes, “golf” stops if that was what you were supposed to be doing. It stops until your partner that was wronged says you can do it again. S/he was betrayed by this “golf” activity and therefore has a bad taste when you say you want to ‘play it again’. Let him or her decide.. when s/he trusts you again.. it’s not your timetable to say how long you have to stay away from that game you were caught not playing.