Experts say it's possible for couples to go on to have a happy relationship after infidelity, provided they're willing to put in the work. “The couple can survive and grow after an affair,” says Coleman. “They have to—otherwise the relationship will never be gratifying.” Can you really forgive someone for cheating? It's possible to forgive your partner for cheating. It makes sense if you don't trust them at first. You may be tempted to check their private social media messages to make sure they're not cheating.
It is estimated that if someone cheated before, there is a 350 percent chance that they will cheat again, compared to those who have never cheated. In the same study that states that cheaters will cheat again, they found that those who have been cheated on will most likely be cheated on again. The phrase "once a cheater, always a cheater" suggests that anyone who has ever had an affair will cheat again in the future. So psychotherapist Tammy Nelson says the phrase isn't necessarily true. Serial cheaters do exist though, and their actions may stem from narcissism.
Cheaters often don't want to dwell on their mistakes and so if you take them back, they'll assume all is forgiven and everything is alright. Often you won't be given time to get over it, because they'll assume it's done and dealt with. They hurt you and you need time to heal.
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