There is a saying, When one door closes, another door opens. Closing the door is painful, but when that other door opens, how happy will you be? Will you look back and ask yourself, why you stayed with your cheating spouse so long? Will you be happy that you don't have to worry about where they are, or who they are with? Is there someone out there waiting for you, who wants to love you, and NOT cheat on you? Is staying with someone who has cheated on you, a cop out, because it's easier, or do you believe that they do love you, and your marriage will be better than it was before the cheating?
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