I’m a serial cheat

By Drum Digital
10 April 2014

The good thing is that you’ve recognised and acknowledged the problem.

The good thing is that you’ve recognised and acknowledged that you have a problem.

Now you need to explore and understand the reasons why you continue cheating despite feeling guilty afterwards.

I suggest you go for counselling to find out why you can’t stick around – is it because you think the grass is greener on the other side or do you become bored with your present boyfriend?

Either way, counselling can help you learn more about yourself and your inability to stay true to one person.

Don’t despair, once you get to the bottom of your behavioural problem you can identify what triggers it and ultimately put a stop to it.

But first you have to be honest with yourself, look for the answers, seek help and move in a direction that will make you whole again.

It takes a strong person to acknowledge they have a problem and confront the truth.

The thing is cheating gives happiness and fun for a couple of hours, days and even months but, in the long run, it hurts you and the guy who really loves you.

For a start call the Aids Helpline (0800-012-322) just for a chat about the good (if any), the bad and the ugly aspects of cheating.

-Sis Dolly

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