Newlywed remembers the moment when she found out she was being cheated on for three days in her honeymoon
A newlywed married painfully remembered the moment she discovered that her husband had cheated her for three days in their exotic honeymoon in Italy.
The woman said they enjoyed their honeymoon when she received a message from someone who claimed to have slept with her partner.
& # 39; I was married to the love of my life after seven years and we were on the Italian honeymoon where I had worked for months on perfection & # 39 ;, the woman wrote anonymously MamaMia column.
& # 39; As I was scrolling through my flooded inbox, I noticed that there was a message in my & # 39; other & # 39; folder. & # 39;
A newlyweds painfully remembered the moment she discovered that her husband had cheated her for three days in their exotic honeymoon in Italy (stock image)
The email came from someone named Sarah and began by saying that she had slept with Harry of the new husband for three months.
Sarah said she had met him in a cafe, one that his wife knew he was close to where he worked, and he finally confessed that he was already with someone else.
What's more, the woman wrote, the email talked about a time when her relationship with her then boyfriend was on the rocks.
& # 39; My intuition told me I was holding on to straws, but I still sent a message to Sarah. "You lie," I challenged, & the anonymous woman wrote.
The woman said she enjoyed their honeymoon when she received a message from someone claiming she had slept with her partner (stock image)
However, Sarah responded by saying that Harry was late for the woman's mother's sixtieth birthday.
The author remembered that her partner had actually been late for that event and that she could no longer pull the wool over her own eyes.
Despite the betrayal, the woman said she gave in to her husband's pleas to stay with him after he said cheating made her realize what they had together.
In conversation with Daily Mail Australia, Sydney revealed to sexologist Dr Nikki Goldstein that there are a handful of ways to go beyond infidelity (stock image)
Once spoken with Daily Mail Australia, Sydney sexologist Dr Nikki Goldstein revealed that there are a handful of ways to overcome infidelity within a relationship.
Take a moment to digest
& # 39; If you are the person who discovers it, take a moment to digest it & # 39 ;, said Dr. Goldstein.
& # 39; The worst thing is to influence your emotions, then boom, you're going to say or do something you'll regret later. & # 39;
The second thing the sexologist said you should do is seek professional help if you want your relationship to work.
& # 39; Know in the back of your mind what you are willing to do to overcome the case, & # 39; said Dr. Goldstein.
& # 39; Find a way to seek help if you both want the marriage to work. If you are constantly fighting and you acknowledge that your relationship is not working, use that evidence to work on your problems. & # 39;
With marriage therapy, Dr. Goldstein said that couples should seek professional help earlier in their relationship before it is too late.
Sydney sexologist Dr. Nikki Goldstein revealed her best tips to overcome an affair
& # 39; Never be ashamed to ask for help. These days relationships are a lot harder to have and we don't all learn how to have one & # 39 ;, she said.
Be careful whose shoulder you are crying with
& # 39; Everyone has a different opinion about infidelity. Your girlfriend who has been cheated or your friend who has had an affair for two years influences their own experiences, & she said.
& # 39; Their opinion can really affect your relationship, so be very careful who you discuss the unfaithfulness with. & # 39;
It takes more time to heal a broken heart
& # 39; Do not expect quick solutions. Know that it will take time, it is not something that can be resolved immediately, & she said.
& # 39; Even if you stay, it is not necessary that you stay forever – but you try. & # 39;
Once a cheater, always a cheater?
& # 39; For some people, yes, other people, no, & # 39; she said.
& # 39; If someone has cheated because of his ego, chances are he can do it again because he got away with it. & # 39;
Unfortunately, she explained that people who have never cheated can have an affair if they are no longer happy with their relationship.
& # 39; If someone cheats for the first time and they are terrible because they have destroyed the relationship, they will not be tempted to do it again because they know how negative it was, & # 39; said Dr. Goldstein.
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