My boyfriend says I'm 'perfect' – so why did he cheat? | The Sun

DEAR DEIDRE: WHEN my partner cheated on me, he made me feel I wasn’t good enough for him.

Even though he’s promised he will never do it again, I still feel insecure and worry he’ll leave me for someone better.

I’m 27 and he’s 29. We have been together for two years.

He’d always told me I was the perfect woman for him.

But if that’s true, why did he need to cheat?

Was she prettier than me, slimmer or funnier? Was she sexier or better in bed?

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He can’t explain and doesn’t want to talk about it.

I can’t stop thinking about this and don’t know how to move on.

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DEIDRE SAYS: Men may cheat for many reasons, but virtually never because their partner is suddenly not good enough for them.

Do not blame yourself for his infidelity, because he has to take responsibility for straying.

See my support pack Your Man Cheating On You? for more explanation.

Talk to him and tell him how you feel.


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