Definitely, the second chance in case of relationships is usually difficult. Even if that person has really hurt us, we're often so eager to make it work, that we overlook huge, glaring relationship incompatibilities. Now, there's always the argument that sometimes we need to get a person out of your system.
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Here are the reasons that you can give your love another chance only if:
- Changes can be studied: Well starting everything all over again is something that becomes difficult at a certain point of time. But, if there are some reasons that everything can be made up again then why not give another chance?!
- Same feelings: When the person (the one who cheated) starts developing new feelings and has a real heart for confessions and regards then giving another chance is probably not a mistake.
- Self-realization: If you are able to realize that the person to whom you’re going to give a second chance has gone through self-realization of himself then you can be sure that he’ll not repeat the mistake again.
- The main aim becomes long term goals: Giving your partner a second chance means hoping that whatever happened in the first place doesn't happen again, but old patterns and behaviours don't just stop. If both of you are committed to making things work, and going to therapy doesn't make you want to jump out the window, you've got another shot at this thing called love.
- Feeling more than Love: It's shouldn't be enough to stay with someone just because you "love" each other. There has to be more than love. Sure, it's one of the most important factors in a relationship, but it’s more about trust, loyalty and respect. If love is all that is keeping you two together, but you don't have those other aspects, it's not worth giving your partner another shot. If you two have a strong foundation that makes for a happy and healthy relationship, then a second chance may be something you want to consider.