Updated: Aug 31, 2022
Here at TheMarriageCipherKey.com, we try and concentrate our efforts more on prevention when we can but sometimes people need help with an event that’s already occurred, like infidelity. In either case, we’re going to cover all the possible scenarios to the question posed in the title of this post, to make sure you get the answers you need. To begin, let’s assume your marriage will fall into one of three categories:
Never will happen.
Hasn’t happened yet.
Sorry to be crass, but the only way for you to know for sure your marriage is in this first category is if you were dead, so you’re not even reading this in the first place. On the off chance we’re wrong, all we can say is no one knows what the future brings. So, we suggest you treat your marriage as if it’s in the second category, just as a precautionary measure.
Of the two categories left, the last one is admittedly more complex, so let’s get that one out of the way first.
Being that infidelity can be an incredibly painful experience, we want to make sure we don’t minimize what you’ve gone through in the past or might be going through currently. With this in mind, it’s best that we suggest you go ahead and purchase the Premium Protection Plan, which is Package Two of The Marriage Cipher Key Virtual System. That way you’ll be better served and guided on how you can handle this sensitive event.
On the other hand, if your marriage falls into the second category, we’re now going to give you some tips on how you can handle that. Let’s do it…
If you understand human behavior, then you know people don’t go do anything unless they’re forced to do it, or they get something out of it. And there’s a never-ending list of things people can get from doing a certain Behavior(s)/Action(s). For example, someone could have an affair for reasons such as low self-esteem, sexual pleasure, emotional satisfaction, revenge, etc. Each person’s reasons will depend on factors too numerous to list. The main point we're trying to make here is there’s always something received by a person when they’re engaging in a certain Behavior(s)/Action(s). Otherwise, they wouldn’t do it.
Once you understand that, ask yourself a simple question: Why would your spouse cheat on you? Make sure you answer from their perspective, not yours. The answer can’t be because of what you find to be a good enough reason. It must be what your spouse would think is. Yes, you can get an idea by first asking yourself why you would cheat because humans are all very similar creatures. But if you really want to know for sure, you must ask yourself from your spouse’s perspective.
For some of you, the hard part will be getting to know your spouse enough to truly understand who they are and how they think. It’s a must if you want to be able to see things from their eyes. Without doing so, your answers will be just your own thoughts and fears regurgitated back at you. As a bonus, just taking the time to get to know your spouse on a deeper level will act as a layer of protection from infidelity because you’ll be connecting with your spouse on a personal level.
We must caution you though, to get the whole truth, it’s very important you handle what your spouse says without condemnation or anger. Doing so will make it easier for them to be consistently authentic with you. To prove this statement, ask yourself what’s easier: Telling the truth without consequences or with them.
Now if you want control of your spouse, what we’ve been saying isn’t going to give you what you want. Nothing we say here or in The Marriage Cipher Key Virtual System will ever do that because we don’t believe in control. It's time-consuming, stressful, and a complete waste of time. On the other hand, if what you seek is the truth then we’re confident what we’ve been saying will get you what you want.
So, once you have the truth, what do you do with it? That’s the easy part. To the best of your ability, just make sure your spouse is getting what they told you they need and want. At the same time, work on not giving them whatever they told you they don’t need or want.
We’re not saying you must do, or not due, or even that you’ll be able to do each and everything your spouse needs or wants. What we are saying is, that each one you choose to do will be another layer of protection from infidelity. To prove this statement ask yourself: Why would my spouse spend the energy going anywhere else to get anything they need or want if they could get it from me freely?
Again, some of you will think we’re oversimplifying things, but you must remember not to overcomplicate things either. All we’re trying to say is that the essence of the solution is there in your answers to the two questions we told you to ask yourself. Both are a great place to start when you’re building a ‘til-death-do-us-part marriage that’s affair-proof.
Back to our original question from the beginning: Is your spouse cheating on you or thinking about cheating on you? Well, if you’re in the “Hasn’t happened yet” category we think it’s wise to believe at one time or another, that they’ve probably thought about it. Not so you can be angry with them, worried about it, or paranoid but so you’ll be more motivated to become aware of their needs, wants, and desires. And once you're aware of those things, it will allow you the ability to give them to your spouse, if you so choose. That way you can do something to make an event like infidelity less likely to happen instead of worrying about it.
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