It's the worst feeling ever. Feelings of betrayal are just plain awful; feelings of being inferior, or "not good enough," wondering "WHY?!?"... feeling so incredibly hurt, let down, and on & on... can really drive you crazy. If it happened to you, you need to decide if you're able to deal with it & forgive the person... or not. If you're not able to truly forgive, you need to end the relationship. Trust me, you will BOTH be very unhappy if you can't get over it... and, I'm NOT saying you "should" get over it, I don't know anything about your relationship. All I know is if you can't get past it, you need to break up. If you want to continue the relationship, you'll need to find a way to "let it go," & to move on; otherwise, you & your significant other will be miserable... really, reeeaaally miserable. It's extremely difficult to regain trust in someone after they've cheated, so think long & hard about working through it, or letting him/her go. It's up to you...
What sunshine said but also single. If my husband or in your case boyfriend cheated that would mean he isnt happy. Let him go. If he claimed it was a mistake. That is something he will have to live with. Why would he even look at another woman if he was happy? You can't make someone love you. Move on and find someone who is faithful. Good luck!
Hurt and angry that I wasted 5 years of my life with a person who would betray my trust like that. I would also be worried if the person was safe since all it takes is one person to make a mistake to transmit an STD.
I would be upset,betrayed,losing all feelings and trust,respect the person enough to tell them face to face that you are hurt and wanna break up,leave them in the past and never take them back and keep them out of my life .
The pain of betrayal never goes away. It's always lurking in the back of your mind, and once trust has been taken away......you can try to discuss it, if person is truly remorseful. If you're in a committed relationship and have been betrayed, the trust will never return.