How To Deal With Your Partner Not Cheating But “Crossing A Line”
I think this is a great article. How to deal with your partner not cheating, but crossing the line. By now we know all about Adam Levine “crossing a line.” You hear so much advice about how to deal with your partner cheating, but you rarely (until now) hear about how to handle them “crossing a line.” Here’s some ways to help you deal I found on Metro.
- Work out what it means to cross the line. You need to know where that line is for you and what it means to cross it.
- Recognize it’s okay to be hurt. Yes, it can be as hurtful as cheating! Don’t think you don’t have a right to be hurt.
- Assess if you can trust that this won’t happen again. You will naturally have a worry that they’ll do it again or “actually” cheat next time. You need to work out for yourself if this worry is valid.
- Deal with the embarrassment. You should never feel embarrassed in a situation like this, but many people are.
- Rebuild the trust. Only if you’ve decided that this line-crossing is something you can forgive and you want to stay in the relationship.
- Have a chat about your relationship boundaries. To make sure it won’t happen again, you need to have a very open and honest chat about what you think is acceptable and what isn’t.The internet blew up over Sumner’s claims with Adam trending on Twitter. Some were buying into her story, as she did have legitimate-looking screenshots, while others suspect Sumner of chasing clout because of how she makes her money.Now, Levine told gossip website TMZ that her allegations are false and he has never had a physical relationship with Sumner. Levine, 43, said, “I used poor judgment in speaking with anyone other than my wife in ANY kind of flirtatious manner. I did not have an affair, nevertheless, I crossed the line during a regrettable period of my life.”