Read This before You Get Back with Your Cheating Ex 💔🙅 ...

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It's not uncommon to want to get back with your ex after you've split.

Sometimes, you want to get back with your ex even if s/he cheated on you and that's what ended the relationship.

It's easy for outsiders to look at your situation and judge or give advice – most of which consists of “NO!” The inside of a relationship are different from what everyone sees, however, and the issues therein are personal to every couple.

Maybe your ex just made a mistake.

Maybe s/he had lots of affairs.

Whatever the case, at least consider these points before you decide to give your cheating ex another shot.

1. Weigh the Pros and Cons

Weigh the Pros and Cons

What do you love about your ex?

What do you dislike about her or him?

Weigh up your issues, look at the circumstances of the cheating, and reflect on your happiness as a couple.

Is it worth potential heartbreak?

If it was one night of cheating or a short, purely sexual affair, can you forgive and move on, or is the trust irrevocably broken?2

2. Consider the Reasons S/he Cheated

Consider the Reasons S/he Cheated

This is so important that it deserves its own point.

There are different ways to cheat.

Most women are certain that they would never, ever get back with a cheater, but when it's your relationship, things are different.

There are all sorts of things to think about.

If you have an otherwise wonderful relationship, do you want to let a single mistake uproot your whole life?

If it was a full-blown love affair, however, can you ever really trust your ex again?

3. Are You Able to Forgive Her/him?

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This is a big one.

See, you can't say you forgive your partner, then continue to bring up the cheating, make it your focus, or let it stand in your way.

I'm not saying that it shouldn't stand in your way, either, because some people can't get over cheating and that is absolutely okay.

What I mean is that forgiveness means being able to move past the issue.

You might not be able to do that.

Do You Think You'd Be Able to Respect Her/him?
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