Can my relationship with my bf be good again after he cheated?
Answered 1 year ago
I have recently found out my boyfriend of about a year has been cheating on me. I am completely broken and in so much pain. He promised he will never do it again and he wants the relationship to work. He said even though it was so wrong, he now knows he doesn’t want to loose me. He feels terrible and is willing to do anything to make it work. I’m just so hurt though, I’m not sure if I can get over it.
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His cheating/ affair will always be on your mind, you'll need to learn to live with it, forever hanging over your head. You'll always doubt him, never fully trusting again.
Hold your head head & walk away .....
One year relationship, no kids, no mortgage. I say help him pack his bags and send him on his merry way, do not even agree to be friends as that will eventually turn into a f**k buddy situation which I’m certain that’s something you don’t want. I’m sorry you’re hurting, you may be able to forgive him down the road to give your inner self peace and the ability to let go and move on but that does not mean you have to continue a relationship with him. He broke your heart, your trust and your self esteem only 1 year in. No second chances in my book. Good luck! Think with your head and eventually your heart will follow.
If you’ve only been together about a year and he’s ALREADY cheated, I don’t think he is long term relationship material.
It’s probably best to move on and find someone that can commit, instead of wasting your life being cheated on then promised the world when you catch him out
I don't think a relationship could survive those, especially since you've only been together a year. He doesn't deserve forgiveness, because he didn't earn it by coming to his senses and confessing.
That being said, if you stay and he does it again, leave and never turn back. A second betrayal shows he will always cheat on you, regardless of what he says or feels.
❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️ love to you, look after yourself... Take some time
Many details and factors contribute to if it can survive.
Was it once off? Reoccurring? Drunken? Length of relationship? State of your relationship at the time?commitments to one another?
But many of these sound missing.
I survived it with hubby when we were dating but it was about 4 years in.
It was really hard and I wouldn’t do it for a 12 month relationship.
For me it’s paid of we have kids and a wonderful life and it’s never happened again ( so far)
If it does it won’t be the ruin of me because so much good has come from our life together.
And I would still stand by my choice to stay years ago.
I’ve been cheated on. Was married, had two kids ... one very ill at the time. Packed his bags and gave him a big fuck you and never looked back.
You have been with this guy a year! Why would you bother, seriously.