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Once A Cheater, Always A Cheater?


Cheating will likely not reoccur when a couple feels that there has been such substantive change and that their marriage is in a better place. Ultimately, trust is built when there is a form of emotional closeness between a couple and efforts to protect that connection.

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About the Author: M. Gary Neuman is a psychotherapist, rabbi, and New York Times best-selling author. He is the creator of NeumanMethod.com video programs for marriages and parenting.

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