For the second time, Kristen Stewart is publicly apologizing. This time, however, her apology is addressed to the world. Several months after publicly apologizing over her cheating scandal, the Twilight star tells Newsweek, “I apologize to everyone for making them so angry. It was not my intention.” Although she has been the most hated and loved topic of interest since her infidelity with her Snow White and the Huntsman director Rupert Sanders, Stewarts says, “It’s not a terrible thing if you’re either loved or hated.” Even so, her main concern, besides reconciliation with boyfriend Rob Patterson, is working on her talent. “I don’t care [about people's opinions]…It doesn’t keep me from doing my s———.”
What are some of the main repercussions of cheating?
In a relationship, the discovery of infidelity can greatly damage and destroy the bond between you and your partner. It definitely destroys your perception of each other. The work required to reconcile is often so difficult that many relationships never recover. So if you are thinking about cheating, here are some of the consequences you may deal with afterwards:
1. Broken trust: Trust is at the very foundation of your relationship. Without it, one of you will constantly live wondering if you will ever stop having to prove yourself; while the other will live in fear, worrying about the next possible infidelity.
2. Loss of respect: Once caught cheating, to lose respect from your partner means you are no longer viewed in the same loving way. Although your partner may stay with you, he/she will never love you like before and not see you as an equal anymore.
3. Constant memory: Even if your mate wants to forgive you, he/she may never forget. This means that in times of conflict, the memory of cheating may surface repeatedly, forcing you to relive your punishment. This creates an emotional prison term with no parole for both of you.
What were the repercussions of cheating in your relationship? Comment below.