Break Free From Infidelity Shame: How To Feel Better After Discovering His Infidelity

Break Free From Infidelity Shame: How To Feel Better After Discovering His Infidelity

Today I want to talk to you about how to break free from the feeling of shame that comes from being betrayed and victimized by infidelity.

Infidelity shame really isn't talked about a whole lot, is it?

Instead of acknowledging the shame we feel, we quietly carry it around like an ugly, unwanted stranger.

It's just something those who have been victimized tend to do.

Rape victims, child abuse victims, domestic violence victims and infidelity victims all deal with painful victimization by carrying around painful shame.

Consequently, there is a tendency to become paralyzed by it.

Shame is the keeper of dark secrets.

When His Infidelity Leaves You Feeling Undesirable And Unworthy: How to believe in yourself again

When His Infidelity Leaves You Feeling Undesirable And Unworthy: How to believe in yourself again

When his infidelity leaves you feeling undesirable and unworthy it can be hard to shake the feeling that you are not good enough.

There are several reasons why this may be the case:

  • Maybe he has outright told you are not good enough - in comparison to her.
  • Maybe he has criticized you about your appearance, how you are in bed, or a number of other things.
  • Maybe you've been telling yourself that you are not good enough - otherwise, why else would he stray?
  • Maybe depression has lead to feelings of unworthiness.
  • Or maybe being victimized by deception and infidelity has lead you to feel a sense of shame over what happened.

Do you find it hard to believe in yourself and your self-worth after discovering infidelity and deception?