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Hello and welcome to just answer. This is Mahwish relationship expert here to assist you with your concern. I’m sorry to hear about your struggle due to the past cheating experiences. As you know that’s not this present moment it’s just the past making you feel this way. It’s making you think negative then you do need to try to work on them. The best way to cope is to divert your mind, think about positive, you need to practice mindfulness. Think about the good qualities of a new person. You need to challenge your thoughts. You can also think about getting Cognitive Behavioural therapy for this purpose as well. This comes with practice and motivation. When you realise this is affecting you then you get the motivation to work on them. No one can change this but you need to practice in a positive way. You need to learn to let go of the past.
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You are welcome, I understand this even can cause a lot of anxiety as well.
A relatively short-term form of psychotherapy based on the concept that the way we think about things affects how we feel emotionally. Cognitive therapy focuses on present thinking, behavior, and communication rather than on past experiences and is oriented toward problem solving.
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