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7 Warning Signs That Your Husband will Cheat AGAIN

Is once a cheater always a cheater? This is how to know if your cheating husband is a serial cheater– Or not.

You want to get over his affair somehow, rebuild the trust and save your marriage, but constant suspicion is eating you away. All your energy is consumed by watching his actions, trying to detect any hint that he is still unfaithful or that he will cheat again. How can you rebuild your relationship when you’re so fearful of your spouse deceiving you again?

Suspicion after his affair is very much normal. But some suspicions are reasonable and others are not.

hese unmistakable signs will help you figure out if your husband can change and become worthy of your trust again, or he is a serial cheater in the making.

Serial Cheater Sign #1 – No Apology, No Remorse

If he doesn’t even apologize for his back stabbing actions, that’s a very bad sign. If he doesn’t show any remorse and tries to blame it all on you (by accusing you of not satisfying his needs or caring enough), he is probably on his way out of the marriage, or planning his next affair.

The quality of the apology is another unmistakable sign. If he just said “sorry” a couple of times, or avoided the topic by saying “I’ve already said I’m sorry, so let’s not bring it up again”, it’s clear that he is not really regretting his actions or taking full responsibility for his actions.

On the other hand, if he is understating and identifying with your pain, or acknowledging the wrong that he has done to you, and stating that he is fully committed to saving your marriage – He is not likely to become a serial cheater.

Serial Cheater Sign #2 – Not Listening to You


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