A website for psychology has an advice piece about what not to do in the event a person has discovered her partner is having an affair. The adviser, a psychologist, offers five points. The first thing to do is not to panic, as that will make things worse for the betrayed. The second thing to do is to not to forget about one’s own needs. The psychologist counsels against hasty actions such as immediately suing for divorce. There were fifteen comments.
- There are 5 important things that should not be done after discovering infidelity in relationships.
- Discovering that your partner has betrayed you by interacting with another lover can be managed to minimize adverse effects.
- The five things not to do include 1) Don’t Panic, 2) Don’t Stop Taking Care of Yourself, 3) Don’t Tell the Whole World, 4) Dont’ Rush to Court and 5) Don’t Stalk.
“You can prolong the grief if you rush to act before you have emotionally processed what’s going on and what has gone on in your relationship.”