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We all want to love and be loved. We want a partner who will stay with us, who will be faithful and loyal. But sometimes, this doesn’t happen. It could either be that our partner is unfaithful or we are the ones who might betray our partners in some way. It is horrible when it happens but we have to understand why people behave like that so we can avoid such situations in future relationships or if possible save them from happening again.

Betrayal in a relationship

Betrayal is a feeling of being let down or disrespected. It can be emotional, physical or sexual. Betrayal usually happens when one partner feels the other has behaved in a way that’s downright wrong (for example having an affair) but it could also happen due to accidental actions or behaviors that are hurtful and leave you feeling betrayed (for example finding out your partner is using their mobile phone after they promised not to).

Betrayal can be a long time coming – perhaps you find out about something that happened months ago, but was still very painful for you to discover at any stage – or it can come from nowhere as an unexpected shock, such as finding out someone has been cheating on you with someone else for years.

A betrayal can also happen deliberately; for example if someone lies about something important and does so deliberately in order to hurt another person’s feelings (like pretending something isn’t happening when it really is).

Betrayals are often the result of one-off events rather than part of a pattern – however sometimes people find themselves having repeated betrayals throughout their relationship so they may feel like they’re always having problems with trustworthiness within their relationships instead of just once off incidents which is why these types are referred to as ‘serial betrayals’.

False expectations

“The false expectations we place on our significant others are the root of all heartache,” says Dr. Seuss, who must have written that quote before he met his wife. And he’s right—it is possible to expect too much from your partner and end up disappointed or frustrated with the relationship.

But what if you’re not expecting anything? What if your expectations are perfectly reasonable and realistic? Even so, you might still find yourself betrayed in love: When your beloved strays, it can feel like a betrayal because of how much time and energy we invest in our relationships—and how hard it is to trust again after being let down by someone we love. But even when there aren’t any lies or deceptions involved, people often experience betrayals because they have unrealistic expectations about what kind of person their partner will be throughout their lifetime together

Not understanding people

Not understanding people is a common problem that can lead to many problems. It can lead to false expectations and seeking options, both of which are unhealthy. They can also create dependency in relationships and cause feeling unloved, which may result in sexual betrayal.

If you want more than just a surface level relationship with your partner, it’s important that you understand what makes them tick—and how their personality affects the way they behave within a relationship.

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Seeking options

You are always free to leave the relationship and seek options. You can always find another person who will love and cherish you, provide for your needs, and make you happy. You are also free to find other ways of getting what you want or need in life. There is no one way of doing things, so there is no excuse for staying with someone who doesn’t care about you as much as they should (and maybe never will).

Dependency within the relationship

The second reason we get betrayed in relationships is because of the dependency within the relationship. This is a common problem that many couples face and it can be extremely damaging to your relationship if left unchecked.

When you are dependent on your partner for everything, including emotional support and even financial support, then this will lead to problems down the road for sure. If you depend on someone else for everything and cannot live without them, then it means that they control your life completely! When this happens, there isn’t any room left within yourself where love can grow because all of those spaces inside have been taken up by what the other person does for you or how much they love you back.

When we become overly dependent on one another in a relationship like this then our egos take over instead of letting us grow as individuals who deserve happiness just like everyone else does! What happens next? Well…

Being unloved or not getting the love you need from your partner

If you feel unloved, it is important to ask yourself why.

Did your partner promise you love but then turn out to be incapable of giving it?

Did they never really love you in the first place and simply use your affection as a means of getting what they wanted?

Could it be that they are actually abusive and have been lying to themselves (and maybe even to others) about what a great person they are?

Feeling on loneliness and the desire to escape it which leads to seeking affection elsewhere

The feeling of loneliness can be caused by a lack of love and affection from your partner. It is the most common cause, but it isn’t the only one. You might also feel lonely if you lack love and affection from friends or family members. In fact, if you’re not receiving enough love and affection, this can lead to feelings of abandonment in relationships that are supposed to provide support for us when we need it most: our closest friends or even our own children!

We may think that our spouse should be able to fill all those needs fully without any help from others—but this isn’t realistic because no person can fully satisfy all our needs for love and affection at once because each type of relationship fulfills different needs in different ways (see below). If we don’t find another source of affection outside our marriage (like close friends) then there is a good chance that one spouse will begin cheating on their partner because they haven’t found an alternative way yet where they can receive enough positive attention outside their primary relationship

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Lack of self-confidence which makes us feel that we are not worthy of our partners love, which leads to seeking love elsewhere.

Many people can’t deal with the fact that they are not receiving the attention they deserve from their partners, and thus seek love elsewhere. You must understand that this is a very normal thing to happen and it happens to many people who have low self-esteem. Sometimes, you might even ask yourself “Why my partner doesn’t love me as much as I do?”

Well, here are some reasons why:

Lack of self-confidence which makes us feel that we are not worthy of our partners love, which leads to seeking love elsewhere.

Feeling unworthy of someone’s attention can make us feel like we need more from them than what they’re giving us (and so we get jealous easily).

It also makes us feel like our relationship isn’t good enough for them (so again…jealousy).

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Why we get betrayed in relationships depends what type of person you are, your past experiences and also how you handle things when they go wrong.

Here are some of the reasons why we get betrayed in relationships:

We are not aware of our own expectations, or the expectations of other people.

We don’t know what we need from a relationship, or how to ask for it.

We have been hurt by others in the past and have learned not to trust people, so we end up with someone who doesn’t treat us well again.


We must remember that we are all human and thus entitled to make mistakes in our lives. However, what is important is how we handle such mistakes when they come up as well as the reasons behind them. If you have been betrayed in a relationship and need some help, there are many professionals who can guide you through this painful experience with ease.

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