Don't Play Victim If You Sense Any Cheating In A Relationship
When cheating in a relationship happens it can be devastating. As you approach the situation from different angles and perspectives, it can be a good idea to start getting second opinions.
Now, this is both an important and dangerous step. Finding out what your friends or family think is crucial to forming a more complete picture.
As Clinical Hypnotherapist and Spiritual Life Coach, Keya Murthy say, “To know if your feelings are real, talk to your mother or an older stable woman whom you trust. She’ll confirm your doubts or let you know if you are wrong.”
Remember that you’ve already taken some time to think this over so that you can keep your emotions from interfering with your evaluation, but your friends haven’t. Put yourself in their shoes. If one of your close friends told you that they suspected their partner of cheating, then you’d probably go through a lot of different feelings quite quickly.
There is no telling how exactly they will react but it’s important to keep in mind that they are just hearing this for the first time, whereas you’ve been thinking about it for a while.
Your friends might immediately pass judgment based on your suspicions or they might become angry that one of their friends might be being taken advantage of.
Come to them calmly and take what they say with the awareness that their perspectives are useful because they are detached, but to be taken with a grain of salt.
On seeking out the help of friends, Keya Murthy says, “If your friend has her feet on the ground and her head up high, then a heart-to-heart where she can help you objectify your feelings will help.”
Once you’ve collected all of the opinions and done some soul searching and come to some sort of conclusion, it’s time to put those conclusions to the test.