It’s a fact that many marriages do become stronger and better than ever after the affair is over. Many people who are injured by an affair struggle with deciding whether to salvage their marriage or just walk away from it. But your marriage doesn’t have to be over. There is no law that says marriages always end after infidelity.
However, deciding whether to work at repairing your marriage or end it in divorce is a tough decision to make. This is complicated by the fact that only you and your spouse can make this decision, no one else can make it for you, not even well meaning friends and relatives. But there are some factors that you can take into account to help you decide.
The first thing you need to determine is how serious and committed is your spouse about doing the work necessary to repair all the damage he caused? You need to know this because the amount of effort and dedication your cheating spouse puts toward repairing the marriage after the affair will go a long way in helping you decide if you should stay or leave.
To repair your marriage after the affair, you need to follow a sequence of steps where you can build on success after success as you go along. The “How to Survive an Affair” program will give you a true road map and plan on how to deal with this trying situation. It’s a step-by-step system that you can use to restore yourself and then rebuild your relationship.