Ex boyfriend dating girl he cheated with
He did demonstrate his remorse and show his desire to change in actions, and I was able to reach forgiveness.
We did end up dating for about another 1.5 years after that.
But your brain is still hooked in to him, in part because you want him to choose you again and somehow fix the sense you have that you weren’t and still aren’t "good enough." He’s the one who rejected and betrayed and replaced you, so he’s the one who, by returning to you, can tell you his decision was wrong and you were always the "right one" for him. Maybe he figured because his wife was younger and "sweet," she’d let him get away with more shit. You need to talk to someone about your obsession with your ex.
Who knows (although clearly she didn’t) and who cares. You need support so you never contact him again, or respond to him if he contacts you.
Is it ever a good idea to get back together with someone who was unfaithful?
Women who have taken back a cheating partner explain what happened..."I did, twice. I did everything I could to try and mend our relationship, including therapy.
We’re friendly now, over a decade later." "In the past with my first love, I did.
He cheated multiple times and I took him back each time because I really believed that we were in love, and that breaking up with him would mean giving up and not fighting for our relationship. I think when people cheat and are forgiven, in their minds they think, 'Oh wow, I got away with it and they still love me and didn't dump me, I could probably do it again'.
It did kind of scar me for life though, and I think because of it, I do tend to be a little reserved and hesitant to fall for someone again. Yes people change and grow up, but if they cheated on you, they won't change for you." "Yes, but it was 10 years after the fact when we got back together.
We went out couple of times, until his fiancé found out and made a complete mess. Finally I accepted this was an obsession and I left Facebook for a while. Now it’s 2016, and I still dream of him being with me. It was bugging me, I said, that I still felt bad — rejected maybe, or like somehow I wasn’t valuable — because things hadn’t worked out.