Deepak Chopra and Intent

Deepak Chopra and Intent


Ask Deepak: Can You Trust a Cheating Husband?

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Each week, spiritual teacher Deepak Chopra responds to Oprah.com users’ questions with enlightening advice to help them live their best lives.
Q: I have been married for almost two years, but in a relationship with the man for nearly six years. Together we’re raising three teenage children. My problem is very complex. My husband cheated on me prior to our marriage with the mother of his youngest child (who is not one of the children we are raising together).
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Maria

posted January 31, 2011 at 2:35 pm


Only those of us who have experienced cheating in a relationship know how devastating it is emotionally. It helps to know that we are not alone with our painful feelings. I wish to thank Deepak for offering his insight and guidance to so many! I will keep following your blog.
If cheating has occurred multiple times it is possible that one is dealing with a person who has narcissistic tendencies. Luckily in today’s interconnected world we dont have to invent wheel all over again, instead we can go online and learn from the experiences of others. For those who wish to read more about this topic, here are some stories that include some of the red flags and warning signs of narcissism in a relationship: http://www.cheating-infidelity.com/Home/personal-stories-narcissistic-spouse.html



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Tom

posted September 5, 2013 at 7:49 am


I will find it very difficult to trust a cheating husband. Do not think that you can change that man later. Whatever has not changed now, most probably, cannot change later. If he could cheat on you before you got married, then he can still do that after you are married.



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