Jaslyn Singh: Even cheating hearts don’t deserve violence

I know some of you follow me on Twitter. I might be repeating myself, but it’s very important that you check yourself and look inside before you choose a revengeful way of getting back at your spouse.

Throwing tantrums, slashing tires and breaking objects is not really a healthy way — to get your way. Really?

If you find that your partner is cheating on you or if you’ve been hurt by them, then work it out with your support system and problem solve. In other words, work through your thoughts and feelings verbally or on paper. It’s called a Cognitive Thought Record. Writing out your situation, thoughts, feelings, behaviors, irrational plan then your rational plan actually works!

It sounds cheesy, I’m sure, but it’s way better than beating up a car or beating up your partner!

Many of you might experience your partner cheating on you, or some of you agree on open relationships, but then when your partner is openly cheating, you still have issues with that? Confused? Maybe disconnected from yourself?

Connect with yourself, befriend yourself, love yourself so that you’ll have some clarity, and you’ll know exactly what you want in life! Some women tell me they want their husband but then they don’t — huh? Sounds like you want your husband around but aren’t in the mood to respect him? And vice versa?

If you’ve caught your partner with someone, get help, save your relationship. Sometimes, talking through resentments can be just that simple! Save your plates — breaking them is just a waste.

Good luck!

Contact Jaslyn Singh, licensed clinical professional counselor in Naperville, at 630-913-0080 or visit jaslynsingh.com.

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