Tina opts not to go to the christening for Erica’s children Tina tells Erica that Teddy has confessed to more infidelities. Tina doesn’t want to go Chicago. Erica brings the news to Warryn who admits that he already to knows.Warryn explains that he could not trump the “man code” of knowing that Teddy cheating with more than woman. Warryn advised him to tell the truth. Tina confesses to her mother that she is broken inside. Tina feels that she is clueless. Honey advises Tina to hold on. Mitchell discovers from his assistant what has changed Tina. The Ebony magazine.Stop beating yourself up about this. You have got to know that this has nothing to do with you. You are not the one who made the decision to break your commitment to your partner and cheat. You have nothing to do with your partner making the immature, inappropriate, self-destructive choice to turn away from you to someone else. Mitch explains that he is unprepared for the issue. Erica decides that the best method to deal is to make sure that she handles the story.
Erica decides to cover all the press for Tina. Tina wants to stay in her hotel room. Erica calls home to her mother and requests help to get Tina going. Meanwhile, Tina is in her room crying. Tina commits to looking for all the good.Teddy calls Tina. Erica reveals that Momma Honey is on a plane. Tina is in pain. The ladies go on to perform on a major morning program.
While the ladies are getting ready for the AM show Tina breaks down:
Mitch watches on in trepidation. Erica and Tina do their thing on stage and Erica debuts her hots single “I Need Just A Little More Jesus’.
When a husband cheats on his wife, the infidelity damages the marriage and causes intense emotional pain for all parties. While some women would walk away from the relationship without even thinking about reconciliation, others are willing to forgive and try to move forward. The chance of a successful relationship born of infidelity is not even one in 100. A marriage that starts in infidelity has no foundation. You go into it with guilt, shame, angst, worry, and all the baggage that comes with that.
Think about a few things first. Is the unfaithfulness over with? Moving forward, do you absolutely and unequivocally have nothing to hide? You’ll never get past this until you start being drop-dead honest. Remember, the best predictor of future behavior is past behavior. If you don’t think you can stop on your own, get professional help.
Stop beating yourself up about this. You have got to know that this has nothing to do with you. You are not the one who made the decision to break your commitment to your partner and cheat. You have nothing to do with your partner making the immature, inappropriate, self-destructive choice to turn away from you to someone else.
Forgiveness is a choice. It doesn’t mean what your partner did is OK. How much you trust your partner is in part about what your partner does, and in part a function of whether you have confidence to handle it if he/she disappoints you.