Everyone has relationship baggage, and that's nothing to feel badly about, but it has to be balanced out with giving your new relationship a clean slate.
Even though there's no perfect way to breakup or break it off with someone you're dating, there are ways to let someone down gently — and it's really crucial that you do your best to make it a smooth transition.
Sometimes relationships can bounce back from infidelity, sometimes they don't, but we still don't know that much about why cheating happens.
There are a lot of good reasons to break up that don't come with flashes of lightening or red-hot fights. And, there are plenty of good reasons to break up, even if you're still madly in love.
And though there's a lot of debate about why people cheat, it typically comes from the point of view of the wronged partner trying to understand their partner's actions — it's less common to talk about the motivation from the perspective …
Or when you meet up to 'trade stuff', or some other random excuse that's really just a reason to hang out again— is that just me? Tell me that's not just me. The point is, it's all hot and confusing …
If you're in a long-term relationship or have been cheated on before, it's totally normal to wonder if there's a way to know if someone will cheat — if there are common habits of cheaters or telltale signs that someone isn't going to stay faithful.
How many of us really think we have a one that got away — and how does it affect our current relationships? Well, the answer might surprise you.
Cheating can completely destroy a relationship. While some couples can bounce back from it, others just can't. But is there a way to protect yourself against cheating when you're facing temptation?
Because debt is a huge problem in the United States and, even if you and your partner break up, you can end up taking their debt along with you.