Can You Live with a Partner Knowing They are Cheating On You?

In a romantic relationship, trust and mutual respect are essential for a healthy and fulfilling partnership. If your partner cheats on you, it can cause significant emotional pain and distress, and it can seriously damage the trust and respect that are crucial for a healthy relationship.

Living with a partner who cheats on you can lead to feelings of betrayal, anger, jealousy, and hurt. It can also create a toxic dynamic in the relationship, where there is little or no trust and a constant fear of being hurt again.

In some cases, couples may choose to stay together despite infidelity and work through their issues with the help of counselling or other forms of therapy. However, this requires both partners to be willing to communicate openly and honestly about the infidelity and work together to rebuild trust and respect.


Ultimately, the decision to stay with a partner who cheats on you is a personal one, and it depends on your individual values, beliefs, and circumstances. It’s essential to take the time to reflect on your feelings and consider seeking support from a trusted friend or mental health professional.

We are here to help. Contact us on 1300 979 621 to discuss your individual situation.




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