He cheated. So should you take him back?

I appreciate you so much for being a part of my world. Over the last couple of weeks as you’ve received lots of emails about the Soul Level Love program, I got lots of questions about how your past experiences with men have left you feeling like you can’t trust them.

So, this week I have a really vulnerable episode of KavitaTV to share with you.

My guest, Patricia and her ex still talk every day and feel very much in love. She came to me wondering if getting back together is the right decision.

But she’s afraid of history repeating itself because…

He cheated.

The pain that Patricia felt when she found out about his infidelity hit hard. And even though they tried to work through it at the time, it really became too much for her to handle.

Whether you’ve experienced cheating in a relationship before or not, this KavitaTV episode is important. Because it’s not always cut and dry when someone cheats – and there are ALWAYS things beneath the surface that led to this break in trust.

At the 7:25 mark, we get to the heart of what Patricia needs to ask her ex to really know if getting back together is the right choice

Check out this week’s episode of KavitaTV.

And below in the comments, let me know what you think. Have you experienced being cheated on (or cheated on someone yourself?). Did you try to work it out?

Let me know.

In Love,


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  • Pam

    I have been in many relationships where there was cheating on both side he would cheat so I get even and cheat which wasn’t right but I thought we could get passed it I was wrong it got worse we fought all the time we didnt trust we got physical with each other and both got seriously hurt this happen in three relationships. Now I’m in another one and I don’t trust him one bit and I hate it because I am in love but I do know if I find out he has cheated I’m done I’m leaving because its not worth it to stay things will just get bad. I don’t think I will
    ever trust anyone ever again

    • Kavita J Patel

      Hi Pam, thank you for reaching out and getting vulnerable. Can you tell me what your relationship with your parents was like growing up?How was their relationship between each other?

  • Marie

    I can relate to the part that “the cheating and similar stuff” was not my fault, but his baggage. It took me long time to figure it out and I must have made myself, even unconsciously, responsible for his insecurites and I worked and worked on myself, while disregarding what he is actualy saying to me, e.g. his reality. My father rejected me, never cared, no communication went ever on. I did not listen to his “rejection” and incapacity, disinterest into me and I had spent more than one decade chasing after him, not seeing his reality. I must have felt as the little girl that it was my mistake, thus I must work hard to repair “my mistake”, to buy myself out of “my fault” in order to help him to “learn to love me, to choose me “. It is a big relief to me: it is not my fault -the baggage my father had, my ex had. I can walk away from such guys, no my job to “fix them and learn them to love me”.

    • Kavita J Patel

      That is awesome, Marie!! How loving yourself feel? I bet it feels good, right?

      • Marie

        Thank you, Kavita, for this reminder ! Yes, I feel very loving to myself. I learn to honor me. 🙂