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Most people believe infidelity is a deal-breaker. But faced with the dilemma whether to stay or go, many couples find themselves deciding to heal their hearts and rebuild their marriage. Here are some things to consider when faced with this decision.

Exchanging lies for truth after the discovery of infidelity is painful for both partners. This exercise can help you through the process so healing can begin.

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