- once a cheater always a cheater53% (16)44% (11)49% (27)Vote
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Most Helpful Guy
Do I think that they are garanteed to cheat on me just because they cheated in the past?
Do I believe they are more likely to cheat on me compared to someone who has never cheated before?
-Yes, I think the first time doing something is usually the hardest but once you cross that initial line/barrier for the first time, it becomes increasingly easier to cross each additional time you do it. So someone who has cheated before will probably find it easier to cheat and cross that line again compared to someone who has never crossed it before.2
Most Helpful Girl
I think it depends. If you are in a committed relationship and you go out and have too many drinks and go home with someone you just met, wake up realizing what you did and feel horrible, you can change. People make mistakes. However, if you are seeing this person, hanging out with them, and connecting with them before you 'cheat' then no you most likely will not change. It's very hard to distinguish between these two. Sometimes, a cheater IS born by going to a bar and sleeping with a random person. I have never cheated, and I do not think I will. I have control of myself, and if I find myself taking a liking to someone other than my boyfriend, I push myself away as fast as possible. I have told this to my boyfriend: If you make a mistake, you tell me right away. It will be so much easier for me than to hear about it from friends, or find out months later. Will I stay with you? I don't know. But admitting you are in the wrong and asking for forgiveness shows courage and trust, and that earns you a tiny amount of brownie points.0