Thursday, April 18, 2019

My Partner Cheated….Now What?

The general consensus about WHY people cheat is that there’s a problem with either the cheater – or the relationship. Often we assume cheaters have a history/pathology, or at best a form of immaturity that pushes them into infidelity. We assume the primary relationship is flawed in some significant way that creates a “need” for external sex and intimacy. Either way, we tend to view infidelity as
symptomatic of underlying problems. Regardless of the problem, some people believe cheating is the solution to the symptomatic problem.

In recent history, being labeled a “cheater” was a title that fell strictly onto the male species. But recently people have started putting 2+2 together and realized that women step outside the relationship just as much, if not more than men.

Our show this week isn’t going to focus on the proverbial “who cheats more”.  It will be directed to a question we dare not ask: how does a Couple go forward with a relationship AFTER infidelity?

Does the Couple need counseling?
Will the trust ever go back to 100%?
Is/was there anything that could’ve been done to stop the infidelity?
Is the person who was “cheated on” accountable in any way whatsoever?

These and other questions will be addressed in our upcoming show, titled “MY PARTNER CHEATED, NOW WHAT”? 

Join us this Sunday, April 21, from 7:00pm-8:30pm (EST) at Straight Talk with Ted Santos and Blair Nash on Blog Talk Radio

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