When your partner cheats on you: What do you do and how do you move on?


Seeking couples counselling and therapy helps a couple to get through the phases and reconcile should they choose to. Photo: Freepik

When she found out that her husband was cheating on her, Farah was devastated.

“It all started with Sam spending more time ‘at work’. He often didn’t come home until the wee hours of the morning, even during weekends,” says Farah.

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