HER HUSBAND CHEATED ON HER, BUT SHE DECIDED TO WORK THROUGH IT AND STAY WITH HIM. HERE’S HOW THEIR MARRIAGE IS DOING NOW.

Cheating can ruin a marriage, but some couples find a way to fix things. Here’s one story: A woman forgave her husband for cheating. Keep reading to learn more.

For many people, cheating is a big problem in a relationship. It’s hard to imagine your partner being with someone else. But some couples decide to work things out.

Matt and Charity Craig had been married for 20 years when Matt cheated. Despite the hurt, Charity chose to stay with him. She believed their life together was worth saving. It wasn’t easy, but it led to something good: Charity became a relationship coach to help other women in similar situations.

Matt and Charity met when he was 13 and she was in college. They started dating when Matt turned 18 and invited Charity to his birthday party.

They dated for three years and got married in 2004. They had four kids quickly. Their marriage was tough for a while, but things got better when Matt got a stable job.

Charity thought things were improving, but Matt was still stressed. She didn’t realize how bad things were.

“He kept saying he needed to leave, but I didn’t listen,” Charity said. “I didn’t realize how bad things were.”

Then, Matt started flirting with another woman, and it got serious.

“I messed up,” he said. “Once you cheat, you feel like you can’t be a good husband anymore, so you leave.”

To fix their marriage, both of them had to work on themselves first. Matt left home for six months, and Charity started therapy to heal from his cheating and rebuild trust. It worked, and now they’re doing well.

“We talk about what happened differently now,” Matt said. “We’ve been married longer since the affair than before it.”

Charity now has a TikTok where she helps women in similar situations. Her message is clear: “Your marriage can survive cheating. I’m here to help women heal.”

In one video, she says, “Don’t feel bad for staying and fighting for your marriage. People might judge you for forgiving and healing. Let them.”

Many people relate to what Charity says.

“I’m glad I stayed and fought. Married 25 years, together 27. It was worth it,” one person wrote.

Another person agreed, saying, “Thank you, I needed this. It’s been so hard. I feel like my kids judge me. They’ve seen all the bad he’s done.”

Charity responds to her followers with encouragement, saying, “It’s tough. Everyone has their opinions, but you have to live with your decision. Trust yourself.”

This story is different from what we usually hear. What do you think about it? Share your thoughts in the comments.

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