Good Wednesday to everyone!
In an affair the cheating spouse almost always lies in order to carry on the infidelity. They told either deliberate lies, or lies by omission, or a combination of the two.
As you now try to recover from the affair and save your marriage, the question of whether or not your spouse is still lying to you may still linger. You probably doubt your ability to know what is the truth and what are lies at this point.
Rebuilding trust and honesty after an affair is a growth process. It involves changing the way each spouse conducts themselves, and your ability to communicate with each other in a transparent manner.
If you are the victim of the affair, has your spouse made an effort to be more transparent? What are they doing differently?
What are some of the things that trigger mistrust in your marriage?
If you are the cheating spouse, what are you doing differently to become more transparent?
Please respond to each other in the comments.
Doug & Linda
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