Rebuilding marriage after infidelity is no doubt a tough thing. If you want to give your partner another chance, here are some common Reconciliation mistakes you should avoid so it doesn't happen again. Some say they are no longer attracted to their partners after they were cheated on. To be honest, forgiving a cheating partner is usually a tough decision to make. It's very difficult to regain a broken trust. Although some find it hard to heal after being cheated on, bible verses about heartbreak should help. 1. Seeking Revenge Your partner's actions might truly hurt you, but this doesn't justify you wanting revenge. Remember that you decided to accept your partner back when you could have easily ended the Relationship or Marriage. If you end a relationship because your partner was infidel, I don't think anyone would blame you. Remember that "two wrongs don't make a right". You taking revenge doesn't make it a tie. 2. Remembering Your Partners of Their Past Deeds If you want to reconcile with your partner after infidelity, be ready to do it wholeheartedly. It makes no sense when you constantly remind them of their past deeds. Do not accept them back if you know you are not ready emotionally to forget what they did. When a little argument occurs, you seize that opportunity to remind them how they cheated on you. It's very wrong and might lead to a divorce. I understand how painful it is to accept a partner after infidelity, but reminding them of their past deeds is unnecessary. 3. Not Forgiving and Forgetting Do not accept them back if you know you are not ready to forgive your partner after infidelity. You should let go of them than accept them back without forgiving them. Some say they forgive, but they don't forget. If you have truly forgiven someone, you should be able to forget what they did. If you want to reconcile with your partner after infidelity, be ready to not only forgive but forget. Let those memories stay in the past. If you don't forget them, they will affect the relationship or marriage. 4. Lying Lying is one thing you should flee from if you are regaining trust after infidelity. The trust is broken already; you are making it worse by telling lies. To build trust after infidelity, you need to be very honest in your dealings with your partner. Your transparency and honesty should speak for you. Since your partner doesn't trust you initially, being dishonest will worsen the situation. You can't expect someone to trust you after being an infidel. If you are reconciling with your partner, you need to be on their good books. Lying to someone who accepted you back is a sign that you are still the same.