Cheating and Lying:
'Whatever It Takes'
Often, the guilty party will promise to do "whatever it takes" to help the injured party recover and in order to get the relationship back on a healthy track. This promise, like any other made by the guilty party, however, must be completely followed through.
Baisically, "whatever it takes" means EXACTLY that, and should not be argued by the guilty party.
For example, if the injured party asks to relocate, the guilty party should begin making the necessary preparations. Telling the injured party, "But I don't want to move, Moving is a pain, and I am comfortable where we are now", will cause damage by confusing the injured party.
The person who has been wronged, however, needs to be fully justified in his/her requests. Making outlandish or unreasonable requests such as, "I never want you to leave my sight from now on", is clearly something that the guilty party cannot reasonably fulfill.
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