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Infidelity Can Destroy your Children In 7 Ways

Infidelity can be perceived harmless through the eyes of those who commit it but certainly not for the affected ones, especially the children. It affects them more than you think. You do it once and it will haunt your family for generations.

There are 7 ways that you are destroying the lives of your kids by committing infidelity:

Your infidelite will be emulated by your kids. Your example is their perception of what is fine and what is right. Children with broken families are most likely to commit infidelity in their adulthood.

They experienced the worst betrayal any human can experience. You cheat your spouse, you cheat your entire household. You inflicted your little children with the worst uncertainty. If you failed their mother/father, what else can stop you from failing them? They are not capable of understanding the infidelity committed by their parents.

They started to panic with the thought that they will be abandoned.

It will greatly affect their future. As they grow up, they tend to push away anyone who shows affection in fear that they will lose them anyway. They grow with insecurities all along.

You push them to distrust anyone. According to Huffington post, 75% of children with either parents cheated are having abnormal issues on distrusting others.

They will not believe in love anymore.

You are pushing your children to choose sides.

So, if you have a family, you better think millions of times before having an affair. You might be comparing a moment of wrong blissful adventure to the unconditional love that nobody can give, only your spouse and your children.

This article is filed under: Filipino Divorce Lawyer, Divorce In The Philippines, Annulment In The Philippines, Legal Separation In The Philippines, Annulment Lawyers Philippines



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