A person breaking their vows after going as far as to legally partner with you, is telling you that he/she doesn't
And I fail to understand why to so many of you, a marriage indicates that a relationship is more special and more deserving of being "preserved".
When cheating after reciting vows, only proves how unspecial it was to your spouse.
Because, they are protected by this belief and the effort you
But since it's a marriage, isn't the real pressure to be applied, the pressure of not engaging in infidelity in the first place?
Why does preserving the marriage, have to fall into the lap of the cheated?
It was never fixed nor was anything worked out, you simply just went back to your cheating partner, and for the rest of your time together, you will remain hoping that it
Conjure up pretty cliche phrases to help you feel noble about "fighting for your marriage" alongside the person who didn't give a fuck about you, enough to not embarrass, humiliate and hurt you.
A Marriage should be the one place you cannot accept infidelity, yet it is the place most people
"It's my marriage, how can I just throw it away when it is not a boyfriend, but my HUSBAND".
Throw it away exactly how your partner threw your relationship away, by choosing to be unfaithful when you promised each other not to be.
I remember a friend of mine whose husband cheated, to take him back, suddenly kept alluding to the "Devil" as the thief of her joy.
Meanwhile, the true devil got a pass, despite cheating on her steadily with an ex girlfriend, even while she was pregnant.
A call to preserve the relationship,
You can call it all the pretty names in the world, but that is simply what it is.