You just found out that your partner cheated. They broke vows, promises and just plain lied. Usually shock quickly turns to anger, and you might do something you will later regret. Before that happens, get mad! Scream and yell until you’re hoarse, then call a psychic.
You might be thinking that’s the last thing you want to do in the middle of a crisis. However, Psychic Nevaeh ext. 5203 advises that this is the perfect time to call. Here’s why: she can connect to the situation, see the big picture and look down the road to see how things could turn out. She can see if you break up now what could happen or what would happen if you forgave your partner.
So while it is important to feel what you’re feeling and talking with your partner, it’s also important to forgive your partner for cheating and yourself. Nevaeh has seen first hand how someone will immediately break up with their partner due to cheating. Unfortunately, the person was short-sighted and ended up making a bad situation worse.
People have also remarked that until they can forgive the act and/or the person, it’s hard to move on. They feel stuck in their life or in a never-ending whirlwind of drama and doubt. Breaking through your pain and forgiving can help the relationship’s energy flow forward.
If you do forgive, go back with an open mind, recommends Nevaeh. Rebuild the trust, although it will be difficult and potentially a long process. Most of all, don’t expect them to cheat again or worry if they will. You will be closing your mind and the relationship’s energy if you do. We all make mistakes, you included.
It’s Not Your Fault
Too often callers feel it is their fault that their partner cheated. My response is: So you’re responsible for everything your partner does? If you are, then where does your life, your personality, end and their’s begin? Are you living for yourself or for your partner? You might need to untangle yourself from your partner and start living your own life. When you do, you’ll see each person is responsible for their own choices, no one else’s.
Time to Evaluate Your Relationship
While Nevaeh gives a reading, she can see the relationship’s past. Sometimes, she will remark that things have not been going so well, and the caller will respond, “I know.” Instinctively, we know when things have gone askew, but it can take courage to confront it with your partner. You may not even have the words to describe what’s going on. You just know something is off. Go with your gut and talk with your partner. Even if there isn’t anything going on, at least you’ve talked through something that could blow up later. Don’t let the large, pink elephant remain part of your relationship, if you can control it at all.