How do you know if you're being cheated on? You probably see some of the signs your partner is cheating before you have any real proof. There's that awful, pit-in-your-gut sensation when something is a little bit off and you can't put …
Yet far from the warmth and family spirit of the holidays, there's another trend this season. It turns out, the holidays are a big time for cheating.
But, no matter how you're feeling, there's one thing that's so important to keep in mind, and it all comes down to how you feel about this person and how they feel about you.
It is possible to get through this holiday season without feeling like you're totally inundated with pressure to be in a couple, insensitive questions, or just a lot of reminders of your ex.
The reason? They're used to compromising — even when their partner cheated, disrespected them, or lied.
Sometimes it's because something truly awful happens and you can't repair things like you think you could, and sometimes love fades away.
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.