Oh, now you are scaring me Gwen. Why do you think your boyfriend cheating is your fault? Why not say the truth------- he lacks self control, he has low character and he is not worthy of you being with him?? That is the truth. Men who cheat can cheat on fabulous women. They are just cheaters.
So rather than feeling bad about yourself, feel bad about him and kick him to the curb. He's not worth your heartache.
There are a lot of men that will be loyal to you. Use this relationship as a lesson for how to handle your next one---- and by that I mean, look for warning signs earlier and don't ignore them. good luck
Gwen, how are you doing? I know you must be going through a really rough time right now. My ex husband who I was with for 20 years total, and the guy I met right after him both cheated and I still struggle with it.
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