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Marriage Advice

True or False? Once a cheater… always a cheater?

This Post is for you if your spouse had an affair, or you suspect they have but still would like to work things out to save your marriage. Please check out my other marriage advice posts if an affair isn’t a factor and you want to save your marriage.

Once a Cheater, Always a Cheater? Is this true or false? Let’s dig a little deeper and find out.

People who’ve never been on the receiving end of infidelity typically claim, “Once a Cheater, Always a Cheater!” and the person who cheated is morally corrupt with some sort of “character disorder”.

They are not tied into the emotional aspect of it and just lump all cheaters together in a negative light.

An affected spouse who falls victim to this however, may quietly ask… once a cheater always a cheater?

The question speaks of the pain of infidelity, of the broken promises and actions and words of betrayal.

The quiet question reserves hope that all is not lost: that at some point in some way or another there may be remorse, redemption, reconciliation and the saving of family, marriage and dreams for the future.

There is also a big factor at play here…


“Once a Cheater, Always a Cheater” also speaks for trust.

Can I actually trust that my cheating spouse CAN be faithful?

Can I trust the new words and new promises she makes?

Can I really trust that they will not cheat again? I don’t believe I can take any more of the deception and betrayal.

So, is it true or not… Once a Cheater, Always a Cheater!?

It depends… on two factors.

1. The type of affair. Particular types of affairs are prone to repeat experiences.

2. The learning and growth of the Cheating spouse (and wounded spouse as well.)

Once the marriage or relationship is altered, healed and reconstructed, the odds of cheating again are revised.

To help you better understand this I have turned to an expert in the industry for this EXACT situation. Dr. Bob Huizenga has created the perfect infographic to help you access the kind of affair that is taking place, the odds she will cheat again and how you can decrease those odds.

Once you finish reading the infographic, click here to take the next step to break free from the affair and prevent losing your spouse to the other person!

The 7 Types of Affairs


once a cheater always a cheater

Which category does your situation fall under? What are your odds?

No matter the odds it’s still possible to break free from the affair and even save your marriage if you truly want to!

Click below to see my best recommendation to accomplish this just like MANY other men and women have already.


Click Here To Learn How to Stop the Craziness, the Pain and Perhaps the Affair NOW! Don’t Suffer any Longer and/or Lose Your Spouse to the Other Person


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