Is she a good woman for me?
The moment you find out your partner cheated on you, it’s as if the world stops. The shock of the news can be hard to shake for days or weeks afterward. Once reality sets in, questions start to roll through your brain like a hurricane. You wonder why you were cheated on and what you could have done to prevent it. As you continue to experience anger and sadness, your friends and family may have questions of their own. But the last thing you want to do is field questions from well-meaning, but annoying, loved ones.Or, if you know someone who was recently cheated on, you may be tempted to question him or her about what happened. The couple may have seemed happy to you, and you can’t believe something went wrong. You just can’t help yourself and you have to know all the gritty details. Well, before you launch an investigation into their love life, get a hold of yourself.

Stop for a moment to think about how you felt when you went through a tough breakup. It’s likely you weren’t up to answering a lot of personal questions. So, give your friend or family member some time to grieve and save your questions for a better time. And also consider some questions just aren’t ever going to be appropriate. Here are 10 things you should never say to or ask someone who was cheated on.