Our expert says:
Some aspects of a relationship can become a habit ( like thinking about the person ) and, where it's not a nice person, it can be a bad habit. She cheated on you, and that was an excellent reason for you to decide to end that relationship. Don't indulge in sentimental thinking about how good it felt before you realized she was cheating on you - remember the good reasons you had for ending it.
Surely her suddent desire to apologise and talk with you has a whole lot to do with her having broken up with the guy she was cheating on you with ? Should she use you as a substitute, to call in when her other affairs have problems, only to cheat on you again when someone else turns up ?
What aspect of her do you love ( taking the cheating and dishonesty into acount ) ? And couldn't you find that in someone more honest and faithful ?
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