Yes... I married a man who had been married once before, had cheated on his first wife, got caught, and she divorced him. Cheating can be a mistake, or it can be a lifestyle. If the person has genuine remorse, and has narrowed down why they cheated and came to terms with it, they can move on and not do it again. "Cheater" is a label, just like "liar". Everyone has told at least one little lie in their lives, but we don't run around calling them liars. It can be something they did; it doesn't have to define who they are.
i'd have to get to know them very well as friends. i'd want to see if they still seemed to have some of the traits that lend to cheating. i'd talk to them about their past and just inquire about what is different about them now and then when they were a cheater
i've been cheated on twice so i'd be very wary about entering into a relationship wiht a girl i know cheated but if i really liked her and saw a lot of potential i'd give her a shot as a friend and see how things went
Cheaters almost always cheat again. Nothing, and I don't just mean in relationships, I mean universally, NOTHING is more important than loyalty. There might be exceptions, people who I feel have learned from the wrong they did and would not repeat it, but generally speaking, if I'm in a relationship, it is a 100% commitment to the other person, and if they have a history of cheating, I will always be burdened with the fear that I was devoted to someone who was not similarly devoted to me.
lol no girl will tell you this anyways. I think girls have a cheating chip and they just format it at their convenience, no guilt, no remorse or anything. Luckily, you usually find out eventually, be other sources or whatever. And the best thing is to bail out asap. Cheaters are also compulsive liars, not good traits at all.
That's a pretty big breach of trust... Honestly, there's a small chance that I would if I knew the person well and got the full story, but who the hell would I get the full story from? From the cheater? The one would got cheated on? The one she cheated with? I'm not liking any of these opinions.
Never, I'm very very strict about this. If I'm trying to date a 35 years old woman who only cheated once when she was 16, I would still walk away. I have absolutely no cheating in my history and deserve the same.
It would depend on the circumstance and how long ago it was. People can change. I'm not going to hold it against a guy that he cheated on his girlfriend of 6 months when he was a freshman in college, and now he's 33 and has never cheated since.
Has he cheated in the recent past? On his wife? Did he try to cheat on his significant other with me? I may fall in love with a man like this, but commit to them? The jury is out.
I'm a heterosexual gal so I'd be dating males and in my opinion most males are cheaters or cheaters-in-waiting. So dating a confirmed cheater is a non issue to me since in my view he is just the typical guy or did what the typical guy would do.
My ex is trying to lure me into an affair and I've declined all offers, a cheater just doesn't stop at one person on the side they'll be more than one and who wants STDS nowadays... leave the cheater where it is with the rats
I was the other girl, and I developed feelings for the guy that I was the other girl for. But despite those feelings, I knew I would NEVER ever want to date him. Because I know first hand what a disrespectful dickbag he is.
They say once a cheater, always a cheater. And it doesn't seem very likely that they would change. If I found out that a potential interest was a cheater at all, I would need to be out and run quick. If we weren't dating yet then it would feel a bit better, I'd just stop talking to them and be careful. I'd hope I'd find out before going out