When you discover that your partner is cheating on you, you can do only one of two things - forgive and continue with the relationship or break up with him or her.
The feelings of anger, betrayal, and disappointment in trusting someone who does not value that trust can be blinding.
In some instances, it is hard to forgive your cheating partner, and at this point, a break up is inevitable. Check out some of such instances below.
1. Your partner hasn’t stopped communicating with his or her ex.
An ex is always a threat to a relationship.
He or she belongs to the past, and your partner must demonstrate it to you.
If he/she keeps in touch with an ex, it means that they did not move on and would cheat on you at the slightest opportunity.
2. If your partner repeats the act.
There is no plausible reason to forgive someone who has cheated on you before.
If he or she has repeated it, the chances are high that they will do it again.
The best course of action is to let go of them and find someone else who values your trust.
3. Your partner keeps lying to you.
There are little things in a relationship that can make or break it.
Lying about them means that your partner does not value the relationship that much.
As such, he or she may cheat without any qualms whatsoever because he does not care at all.