Worrying about your partner cheating crosses a fine a line. On the one hand, you want to know the signs someone's being unfaithful so you don't get screwed over by a cheating partner. But on the other hand, you don't want to spend all of your time worrying about cheating and seeing things that just aren't there because you've made yourself paranoid.
But while cheating does happen — and you should be aware of that — it's also crucial to be with someone you truly can trust. Naturally, a relationship can't be healthy or long-lasting without a foundation of trust. But if you've been cheated on in the past or seen friends go through it, it's natural to worry about it happening in your relationship, too.
Of course, you don't want to spend all of your time worrying about a partner cheating on you, so it's crucial to find the balance between being aware of the telltale signs and trusting your partner. And, in a recent AskReddit thread women talked about how they stopped worrying about their partner cheating on them — and it's really fascinating. From gaining perspective to trusting their gut to journaling, here's what they had to say about getting over the fear of infidelity.