Saturday night was a memorable night for celebrity watchers in Hollywood. Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart were spotted out at Chateau Marmont in Hollywood. The Twilight couple was there to celebrate a friend’s birthday. Witnesses reported to UsMagazine.com that Pattinson, 26, and Stewart, 22, arrived together and “snuck into the garden from a private side entrance.” A low-key event, the reunited love birds were dressed in t-shirts and jeans and “whispering very close and intimately.”
How do you know when to forgive and forget your partner’s betrayal?
When a partner betrays your trust, the pain can be debilitating to yourself, along with your relationship. Betrayal acts like scissors, cutting the millions of strands you both worked hard at tying together between your hearts. Nevertheless, there are situations when a couple is able to move past it and reconcile. If you are in one of these relationships, here are a few tips to consider on when to forgive and forget:
1. The relationship is important: When you two and the relationship are more important to each other than the betrayal, it is a sign that reconciling is possible. That is not to say that it will be easy; it won’t. However, the importance factor shows you and your partner are on the right path to a possibly stronger union.
2. Actions: Another good sign is when your partner has apologized AND acted on that apology. Is your partner apologizing repeatedly when you need it? Does he hear your pain? Does he answer you so it no longer haunts you? Consistent action is what you’ll need to get there.
3. The pain is forgettable: Most importantly, forgiveness is possible when you are not completely consumed by the pain. No matter how much he tries to help you heal, you must be able to let go. Otherwise, you will only create a hell for both of you.
When did you know it was time to forgive and forget your partner’s betrayal? Tell us below.
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