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How to Handle Infidelity

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Definition of infidelity is the action or state of being unfaithful to a spouse or other sexual partner. It’s unfaithfulness and disloyal to have any kind of infidelity in your marriage. Keep in mind though, there’s a million ways to cheat somebody, it doesn’t have to be just sexual. I (Grant) was married 1 year back in the 1990’s and the woman cheated on me. The truth is though, I wanted to end the marriage anyway. She cheated on me, but we had both quit on the marriage prior to that. The bottom line is that to make any marriage work you have to have serious commitment and never quit on it! Comment below if you’ve experienced infidelity (either being the cheater or the person cheated on) and how you were able to save your marriage, or if it was even savable.