Getting Rid of the Other Woman – How to Make Him Forget All About Her
After your husband cheats, all you can think about is getting rid of the other woman. You want to completely banish her from his brain. Of course, she is constantly on your mind. Your every thought seems to center around this other woman. If you don’t know her or haven’t seen her, it’s even worse. Because then, the other woman is larger than life and something you can never hope to compete with. But, what if there was a way for you to make him forget all about her?
Sounds good doesn’t it? Believe it or not, getting rid of the other woman has never been easier. Keep reading to find out what you need to do to make your cheating husband forget all about the woman he cheated on you with.
- Become the better woman. Don’t become just like the other woman. He’s already had that. You want to go him one better. To do this, you need to sit down together and discuss what each of you wants and needs from the marriage. Once you know these things you can set about giving your husband the perfect wife (or the closest thing to it because there is no such thing as perfect in the real world we must all live in) he’s been looking for. He can do the same for you.
- Stop comparing yourself to the other woman. The odds are good that your husband isn’t doing that so why on earth should you torture yourself that way? The two of you are never going to be able to move forward as a couple if there is always someone else – the other woman – sitting at the table with you. You’ll never measure up in your mind. You’ll never even need to try in his.
- Let go of your anger. Do what you have to do to release the poison that anger can bring into your relationship. Go to church. Beat up on a punching bag. Eat a pint of Haagen-Dazs. You cannot save your marriage while you’re holding on to anger at your husband for cheating on you. When you forgive your husband, he’ll have no reason to hang on to the other woman.
- Make your home your husband’s shelter from the storm. Make your home his refuge. Make it the place he goes to escape the worries of the world and not a place where he discovers a whole new pile of worries.