Can A Marriage Survive Infidelity? One Couple Reveals All | Megyn Kelly TODAY

Two years ago, Tertia Cain's was in crisis when she discovered her hubby Michael had actually betrayed. They sign up with Megyn Kelly together with "affair recovery experts" Brian Bercht and Anne Bercht, as well as Esther Perel, author of "The Situation: Reassessing Adultery." "We're much better now than we've ever been," Tertia states.
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  1. i dont like how he blamed her for it… saying he felt unappreciated, thats his own insecurity that he hopefully worked on

    1. This was great, thanks, I have been researching “marriage counseling infidelity the real truth” for a while now, and I think this has helped. Have you ever come across – Qenamilla Strayer Magnet – (Have a quick look on google cant remember the place now ) ? Ive heard some decent things about it and my colleague got excellent success with it.

    2. Connor Holtzhausen I cannot believe she let him blame her because everybody has a choice

    3. Connor Holtzhausen women always blame their partners, for their own affairs. Oh you never gave me what I needed, not enough attention, etc etc etc.

    4. Marten Dekker even if she did that it doesn’t justify his actions. There is no justification for it. If you’re unhappy say so. If it doesn’t change set a boundry (this needs to happen or I need to seperate). There is never a reason to step out

  2. He brought the women to their home. Wow. He did not want to be married. He had a lot of anger and bitterness toward his wife and children.

    1. Jojo Jo He didn’t like the responsibility of tasing a family. He was selfish. He put his needs first.

  3. Unfortunately most men who cheat always blame their wife. Smh. Yes blame the person who love and trust you while you stab them in the heart.

    1. @Kathy Savage The point is, cheating is destroying lives and families. Women or men, they lacking the sense of resposiblity. You have only one life, don’t spent it with cheating losers!

    2. So true! That’s not being repentant or sorry he’s projecting in Psychology blaming her for his choices God help her

  4. Oh bull! !! Everyone in any kind of relationship feels at one point or another unappreciated. He is putting the complete blame on her. He will do it again that’s for sure.

    1. It’s strange because when a woman cheats and let’s face it women do, their excuse is always about the husband or the male partner, either not being enough or them not being exiting enough, so you have to understand it is a double edge sword, I do not condone cheating but it’s both sexes pretty much are capable and as the doctor said it’s now more equal to it happening.

  5. It’s a hard situation. He shouldn’t have gotten her pregnant a second time! He needed to be honest the first time he cheated. Four times that’s unforgivable.

    1. Melissa Misinco Well it’s obviously not unforgivable, because she has forgiven him, so your comment does not make much sense.

  6. Mark my words. HE WILL CHEAT AGAIN. She’s a doormat who has convinced herself that she’s stronger for taking him back. So delusional.

    1. That’s not always true. Once a cheater always a cheater isn’t true. People can change and most people who cheat want to change. It doesn’t feel good for unfaithful people to know what they’re doing and what they are for doing it.

  7. How many times has any given person felt unappreciated in a marriage? The struggle and daily grind does that to a relationship sometimes. A commitment rises above those personal feelings to honor the promises made even when it’s uncomfortable or not easy. If in fact you are so burdened by feeling unloved or unappreciated that you need something different then it’s likely time to sever that relationship and move on. It’s up to each person to decide what’s right for them but personally I could never accept a cheater as my spouse. I need complete trust in this area and want to give my husband the same thing.

  8. He cheated because he wanted to cheat, plain and simple. If he was feeling unappreciated he could have talked to his wife without sleeping around.

  9. I am ever so glad I never married when I hear all these stories and having experienced what I did.. At least for health reasons but emotional and material ones as well .. I come from a broken family so I know what the deal is all about.

  10. It is not only the wounds and the betrayal, it is also the health risk and the material problems divorcing will entail.

  11. Infidelity is the ultimate betrayal. You cannot recover from it. You will NEVER trust that person again. You must move on. If you don’t believe in monogamy,fine,don’t get married. Marriage is a wonderful institution that’s why most of us seek it out. It’s human nature. So is the reaction to being betrayed.

    1. Yes you are right it’s the ultimate betrayal but so are many things in life, it’s really a nuance issue it’s not all cheating fits one size all. I mean if ur intelligent u can reason with that.

  12. I always roll my eyes when I hear people say the best thing that ever happened to them is something horrible. Like really, infidelity is the best thing to ever happened to you? Sheesh.

    1. If they still love eachother and choose their family over any obstacle or evil thrown to break their happy family, then they don’t have to follow most weak people route which is break up. Break up is easy, fixing and moving forward is wining no matter what for the sake of kids as well as couples. If both weren’t on same page to their future goal breakup could be an option. But here both are trying selflessly so appreciate it.

    2. It takes courage to move forward with someone who hurt you. It’s not easy to stay or leave but judgement doesn’t help anyone.

  13. I can’t believe her told her the whole truth at one time. 99.9% of cheaters trickle the truth out over months or years and the betrayed spouse ends up re-traumatized over and over again.

  14. BIG red flag: he didn’t confess to her until he got caught. And it’s obvious he doesn’t have a sensitive conscious because he did it 4 times and still didn’t feel the need to tell her about it.

    1. Many thanks, I been tryin to find out about “how to heal relationships after cheating” for a while now, and I think this has helped. You ever tried – Qenamilla Strayer Magnet – (do a search on google ) ? Ive heard some incredible things about it and my mate got cool results with it.

  15. He’s looking at her like “yeah sorry I’m still cheating” all over his face. She’s deserves better x100.

  16. To me, an affair is the immediate end of a relationship. There is no forgiveness, no coming back from it.

    1. Which means u will be better at ending relationships than saving them. There’s more pain in that. So sorry for you guys.

    2. I forgave her, and the relationship ends. I didn’t want to have resentment when starting a new relationship.

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