Though, on a personal level, infidelity is devastating. In divorce and marital strife, it is one of the major causes. For other problems, it is usually also a symptom. Through Christian couples therapy, marriages could be made to work.
It is possible to save a marriage after infidelity and restore a relationship that has become important in your life, the good news is that once these other problems are identified and corrected.
Whether you are the one guilty of the infidelity or the victim of it, these tips given here can actually work for you. Following this advice can quicken the healing process help you get back together, while I cannot promise the process is ever easy or pain free.
Tip number one: Take care of the repair process
You need to take charge of the repair and healing process, if you want to save a marriage that has been the victim of infidelity. If you are the one at fault or not, it really does not matter! By taking the lead you can clear the path toward a reconciliation that will make you feel better and potentially get you both back into an enjoyable marriage sooner but at the same time you cannot make your spouse do anything. To behave in a non antagonist manner toward you and join the effort to repair the relationship, this also gives your spouse “permission”.
Tip number two: Avoid the blame game
They may try to blame it on you for not providing what they needed in the relationship, if your spouse is the one who cheated. Certainly they are at fault for their actions regardless, whether there is truth in this or not. On either of those points, but do not dwell. For an apology on their part, you may offer an apology for any fault on your part but do not “fish”. Being one of competing for the better excuse, likely as not, this type of game can end up. To save a marriage after infidelity or make either one of you feel any better long term, trying to lay blame on one another is not going.
Tip number three: Try to find the reasons