Do cheaters go to hell

Cheaters say the darndest things. If you’ve ever had the misfortune of being cheated on, you’ve probably found yourself gobsmacked at the excuses cheaters give. Haven’t you wanted the perfect rejoinder? Wouldn’t you love to know what’s going on inside their noggins to make them spout such nonsense? Well, wonder no more.

What do cheaters say about being cheated on?

Cheaters say the darndest things. If you’ve ever had the misfortune of being cheated on, you’ve probably found yourself gobsmacked at the excuses cheaters give. Haven’t you wanted the perfect rejoinder? Wouldn’t you love to know what’s going on inside their noggins to make them spout such nonsense? Well, wonder no more.

Are cheaters bad people?

Yes, they are cheaters, but not bad people. It’s not like they go around feeling like Dr. Evil, plotting your downfall. Hurting you was completely beside the point! You’re a bit of collateral damage, that’s all; so don’t take it so hard. What’s important to remember is that the cheater is still a splendid person.

What should I say to my cheater If I Love Me?

Don’t try to parse with your cheater which parts of you they love or what their butterflies are saying to them today — state what you need. “I need to be in a relationship where I am fully loved and respected. You don’t love me the way I deserve to be loved. Buh-BYE.” Don’t ask yourself what you did to be so unlovable.

Can cheaters end cheating?

“Cheaters who are chronic cheaters may actually end the cheating, or else just tell their partners that they’re ending the cheating… but they don’t,” says Masini. “They may intentionally lie about ending the affair, or they may intend to end it, but succumb to desire instead. Either way, the excuse, ‘It’s over,’ doesn’t stick.

What do cheaters think about infidelity?

Here are 10 things no one tells you about the way cheaters think, according to psychologists. 1. They Might Fear Conflict A cheater might turn to infidelity because they are scared of getting into a fight about something that’s been bothering them.

Why do people fear cheating?

They Might Fear Conflict A cheater might turn to infidelity because they are scared of getting into a fight about something that’s been bothering them. Cheating, then, is an outlet for these frustrations without having to address them in a way that might be intense. “People cheat often out of fear of facing conflict, ” Dr. Klapow says.

Why do cheaters cheat?

” Cheaters who have long relationships with their betraying partners, because those partners are work colleagues, spouses of friends or neighbors, for instance, may try to slough off the cheating as a ‘just friends’ situation,” says Masini.