Yes, i think it is possible. But definitely the cheating isnt the problem, it is merely a symptom of the problem. Healthy people in healthy relationships dont cheat.
Well if they really want to be together and give their child a good life, they will work on themselves and their relationship. It's not just about them anymore.
I wouldn't worry about it. Once that happens the clock is ticking anyway. They will not stay together forever because the trust is gone.
Possible perhaps but I won't be there to find out.
I do believe people can change but why not move on to someone who respects and celebrates you......so many fish in the sea.
Yes, it happens.
i think it depends on the reason behind the cheating. and i'd insist on relationship therapy.
Never cheat again OR never get caught doing it again?
It's possible I suppose if they are TRULY sorry. But if they have a history of cheating or are resistant to making changes you have outlined for them... well... OKAY, I'll simply answer your question and say it IS possible.
yes, but its the individual... many cheaters are straight up committed cheaters.