Celebrity Cheaters: Saving a Relationship After Infidelity
Seem like the celebrity cheaters pool is a little on the deep side?
Eh, sort of, but I feel like – as is the case with most celebrity-related “scandals” – we just see more of what’s going on with the rich and famous.
Apparently, Your Tango Expert and Relationship Coach Nina Atwood feels there’s not that much difference between celebrity cheating and the infidelity the rest of we pedestrians deal with…
…at least, in terms of recovering from it.
In light of reports that Kristen Stewart and her Twilight co-star Robert Pattinson have reunited despite K-Stew’s summer affair with her married Snow White and the Huntsman director Rupert Sanders, Atwood has penned a list of tips for overcoming infidelity.
Atwood’s article, Overcoming Infidelity: 6 Tips to Make It Work, provides advice for both Pattinson and Stewart, i.e., the scorned party isn’t the only one getting some relationship advice.
R-Patz is advised to come to terms with the reality of the affair, his feelings about Kristen’s character, and his own role in the cheating, while Stewart is told to deal with her underlying issues, understand earning Pattinson’s trust back won’t be immediate, and to avoid overdoing it with the apologies.
What do you think of Atwood’s advice? I’d especially like to hear from those of you who’ve been cheated on, or who’ve been the cheaters. What additional advice can you offer people dealing with infidelity – especially those who want to mend a relationship after an affair?
Sparks, A. (2012). Celebrity Cheaters: Saving a Relationship After Infidelity. Psych Central. Retrieved on February 6, 2016, from http://blogs.psychcentral.com/celebrity/2012/10/celebrity-cheaters-saving-a-relationship-after-infidelity/