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Topic: It is Possible
Member # 37102
Posted: 10:06 AM, October 18th (Friday), 2013
I have to say that reconciliation is possible. Although I do find the term; reconciliation hard to apply to all situations. It seems to imply that both parties have terminated and then return to a relationship. If the dissolution of the partnership was caused by one partner; and the remaining partner was caught off guard and was in total shock; sometimes this is not reconciliation? It would be the dedication of the ones who never give up on a person who are devoted and reliable; who can give and forgive. There are some people in this world who are not sure of what it means to love and yet are in relationships. Is the human instinct to be with a partner that much stronger than we give credit for? How is the measurement of infidelity compared to the belief and knowledge of love? Just throwing my thoughts out there. I do believe with increased awareness to one's true self; only then can you decide what you will and will not live with. All things are possible. Stay strong!
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