It’s common to think people cheat for the sex. We often jump to conclusions believing that it was for the sex, they have become attracted to someone else, we were not good enough, or maybe they were looking for adrenaline pumping sex. Most often our conclusions are wrong or only half true.
There are many reasons people cheat, and much of the motivation behind it comes from an internal pain.
If you have ever been cheated on, you can probably understand the pain and devastation it brings. If you are experiencing this pain or have in the past, I want to tell you that the cheating had nothing to do with you.
Many people cheat due to their own unmet needs, low self-esteem, or feelings of pain and unhappiness.
I’m here to tell you - both people can heal. Both people can be in a healthy and loving relationship, in the future, with the same partner or another partner. As a sex therapist specializing in relationships, I have helped many couples work through the pain of infidelity and rebuilding the relationship.
I believe every person deserves a healthy and happy relationship. If you have been cheated on, I’m here to help you work through this pain.
If you cheated on your partner, together we can learn the motivation behind your behavior. If you do not understand what motivates your behaviors, you will repeat the same cycle.