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  16. surebabyholdback answered: Run don’t make it work it’s never worth it
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  18. hannnahdavid answered: It might be a good to break up for a little while at least. That way both sides have breathing room to assess their feelings.
  19. sonneillonv answered: Get tested for STD’s. People who cheat are very likely to pass an infection to their partner.
  20. vaginanews answered: Listen to Dan Savage talk about the idea of “monogamish.”For some couples, the key is allowing for a little on the side once in a while.
  21. glitterzookas answered: Establish boundries within the relationship. You may believe someone cheated, but they might think differently.
  22. fortalameda answered: in my experience, its not really about the cheating. its about the lack of communication, and going behind someones back. COMMUNICATE
  23. ladies-goodnight answered: @fellowfeelings Absoultely not. That would just make the cheatee feel worse, Because it would justify the cheater’s behaviour.
  24. elektrotacker answered: You need to have the strength to ask them why, and then address the reasons mutually
  25. hadlais answered: Maybe try to reaffirm what brought you together in the first place?
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    THE PLANNED PARENTHOOD TUMBLR BEING RELEVANT TO MY FANDOM FEELS.
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