We all know that a person who cheats is an immature and wounded person. We know that we must stay away from her. Somehow, unfortunately, they have ways of luring their victims back. Infidels can be charming and manipulative. They can convince you of things that you know you shouldn’t believe. They are deeply stupid people, but they also have the power to deceive you. Don’t let them do it. The following are 8 empty phrases that unfaithful people often say to their partner when they are discovered, and that are downright stupid.

Empty phrases that unfaithful people often say

People generally don’t cheat in good relationships. If the following phrases are familiar to you, it might be time to go. Find someone who values ​​you the way you deserve. It will hurt now, but later, you will surely look back and appreciate it.

1. I can change. I promise, everything will be different.

First of all, this is highly unlikely in a person with these characteristics. Second, even if this person succeeds in doing so, there is already a harm that, commonly, the deceived person cannot easily erase. It is an empty phrase because under the context in which it is said, it involves a lot of ignorance of the weight of the situation, and therefore immaturity. Infidelity is a serious matter, which must even be treated with therapy most of the time.

2. It was purely sexual. I have no real feelings for the other person, only for you.

This makes it worse. A partner who is willing to compromise his relationship with the sole benefit of sexual gratification, does not value at all the union with his formal partner with whom, presumably, he has codes of loyalty. The idea that sexuality and love have nothing to do with each other shows immaturity and a lack of ability to compromise.

3. Don’t punish me forever for a moment of weakness.

The weakness is not going to a workout or buying a pair of shoes that you can’t afford. Infidelity is much more than that. When a person chooses to cheat, they are downgrading their relationship . They are consciously being disrespectful, dishonest, and deeply unpleasant. These things are the problem – not the weakness.

4. Not only I am to blame. You’ve been working too hard. Maybe if you were more …

An infidel who tries to deflect blame is clearly unaware of the impact of his actions. Perhaps you have been distant, not affectionate, or even cold. A mature partner addresses these issues directly. They can seek couples therapy or a conversation – not some sneaky action.

5. It was his fault – he seduced me!

It is very tempting to be angry at the person your partner cheated on you with. It is much simpler than holding your partner responsible. Experienced unfaithful people know this, and are safe to use this excuse. Don’t let them do it. Your partner is the one who betrayed your trust. They are solely responsible for their actions.

6. I swear I never would have if I knew you were going to find out.

This could be the worst of all the empty and hollow phrases an infidel can say in the midst of their desperation to justify themselves. As Cheryl Hughes wrote, “The really scary thing about undiscovered lies is that they have a greater capacity to diminish us than to expose us. They erode our strength, our self-esteem, our very foundation. “What else is your partner hiding?

7. You are exaggerating. Stop acting crazy.

Cheaters probably deserve any reaction that comes after they are discovered. By putting their anger on a level playing field with their infidelity, they are devaluing your feelings and minimizing the damage they have caused. A person who says this does not recognize the magnitude of his actions.

8. I’ve already left everything behind. I am a new man / woman.

Most people who cheat on their partner will be unfaithful until the day they die . Even if they leave sexual infidelity behind, they can find a million other ways to disrespect and devalue. When a person shows you how little they care about you, it is wise to believe them.

By Dr. Eric Jackson

Dr. Eric Jackson provides primary Internal Medicine care for men and women and treats patients with bone and mineral diseases, diabetes, heart conditions, and other chronic illnesses.He is a Washington University Bone Health Program physician and is a certified Bone Densitometrist. Dr. Avery is consistently recognized in "The Best Doctors in America" list.

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