How To Move On When My Girlfriend Cheats On Me? I Still Love Her, But I've Decided To Leave Her Rather Than Be A Fool!


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lakeesha Hennessy Williams Profile
Firstly, I would like to congratulate you. When faced with a cheating partner, the hardest part is standing up and saying 'I won't allow this to happen to me'.

It's normal to feel upset at the idea of not being with your girlfriend anymore, so here are some things that might help you get you her:

How to get over a cheating girlfriend

  • Take some time to grieve
It's totally normal to feel bad about a relationship ending. If you have any pent-up anger about the issue, I'd recommend you release it in a healthy way.

I've been known to start a bonfire in my back yard and burn all my ex's clothes that he'd left around my house.

  • Meet someone else
There is nothing like meeting another girl to help you get over your previous relationship.
You don't need to go looking for your next wife, but spending time with a female whose company you enjoy might just remind you that there are other fish in the sea (sorry for the cliché!).

  • Hit the gym
When I broke up with my cheating ex, I decided to get in shape. Originally, this was because I wanted to work on my figure so that I could attract a new lover.

I soon came to realize that regular exercise can really boost you mentally.

  • Go traveling
I also took the chance to do some travelling when I split with my ex. The change of scenery did me good, and the adventure of going abroad made me temporarily forget all about him.

I went traveling with a good friend, I'd recommend you do the same.
Anonymous Profile
Anonymous answered
That's a very tough but smart decision that you have made, and being a woman myself I don't blame you! Because I'm a firm believer in this: "Don't do anything to a person that you wouldn't want done to you".

However, I believe that the path you have chosen hasn't been an easy one but believe me, it will get easier. Show her what she is missing out on!

Obviously she wasn't thinking about you when she was cheating. So why think about how she feels after you decide to move on? It doesn't work that way!

She may try to be a hypocrite and use reverse psychology on you. But I believe you are smarter than that, don't fall for it.

You're making the right choice.. Move on with your life and make the most of it! Good luck!!!
Paula Johnson Profile
Paula Johnson answered
From a woman's point of view, I would just be totally honest and explain that infidelity is not acceptable in a relationship. Let her know you are looking for a soulmate, not a fling!!!

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