Outside of "no infidelity", what are some other principles you value in your relationship? What are things you're learning that are new, what things are you especially proud of, and what do you value? Or, if you're not in a relationship, what things would you want for your next one, for a healthy one?
Infidelities are like icebergs - they may take many different shapes and sizes, but they all damage your ship.
The best thing about hitting rock bottom is that everything after that looks fucking fabulous
It has a lot of good stuff.
honesty, respect, good communication, and patience and
ETA: Basically a heart, and to show the person they are with that they mean something to them, and they are a priority in their life, not just second best
[This message edited by scangel3 at 7:15 PM, May 29th (Wednesday)]
* my WH used to call me "dummy" early on (yes, red flag) he always said I was way too book smart and had no common sense. I guess that factored Into trusting him.... Well, honey, my common sense/street smarts has come a long way....