Cheating in a relationship is seen as a violation of the other person’s emotional and mental state of mind that can result in feelings of anger, jealousy, and rivalry depending on the person’s mental state., Some also end up in mental institutions as a result of their partner’s act of cheat.
Counselor Frank Edem Adofoli has made a declaration that cheating in a relationship is an illness that needs to be cured.
Below is his statement:
“If you want to cheat, please protect yourself; do it without me knowing. I want to save myself from hurt, so I will not touch your phone.” I believe this phrase sounds familiar to many wives who are tired of the cheating behavior of their husbands.
It’s not about him protecting himself sexually when cheating or cheating on your blind side. It’s about you refusing to admit you are with someone who is sick and pretending all is well. No! all is not well, dear sister. It is only a matter of time before you are confronted with reality.
Cheating is not normal, so don’t normalize it in a marriage. It’s an illness that needs a cure. If your spouse is not willing to get cured but wants to remain a cheater, you have the right to leave them to their fate. Don’t remain there and keep fighting your cheating spouse and their counterparts.
Stop reporting your cheating spouse to everyone he or she is close to; that is not the solution to the problem. You are putting your health at risk. We all deserve to be happy, but not at the expense of someone’s health. Take your health seriously. Cheating does not only affect you emotionally; your physical health is at risk as well.
In conclusion, “But the man who commits adultery is an utter fool, for he destroys his own soul” – Proverbs 6:32 (TLB).
To be continued…
– Frank Edem Adofoli (Counselor Adofoli)
Counselor, ADR Practitioner, Conference Speaker, Author
CEO, The Marriage Consult LTD.