Cheated On? Here's How You Can Actually Move Forward

Yes, there's a way through this hard situation and a chance for healing, learning and growth. Whether you choose to stay together or break up for good, here's what you can do to move forward after you've been cheated on.

Natasha Burton
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Long-Term Effects of an Emotionally Abusive Relationship

Emotional abuse is often the hardest type of abuse to recognize and overcome because its scars aren't visible to the naked eye. Unlike physical and sexual abuse, emotional abuse doesn't leave behind scars or other physical evidence.

James Patterson
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How to Fix a Controlling Relationship

Controlling relationships can be destructive to individuals in many ways. These patterns of behavior may lead to social isolation or damage a person’s self esteem. In severe cases, controlling behavior can eventually culminate in emotional and/or physical abuse.

Amber Keefer
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How to Get Rid of a Possessive Boyfriend

Possessiveness can compromise your ability to interact with your friends and family members because your boyfriend always wants to know what you are doing, or wants you to do everything with him. When a boyfriend becomes possessive, that could be a warning sign that it is time to end the relationship.

Alia Butler
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What Happens at Restraining Order Hearings?

A restraining order, sometimes referred to as a protection from abuse order, is designed to protect a person who suffered from abuse at the hands of another person, according to the American Bar Association Section of Family Law.

Mike Broemmel
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