So there was a mytake where this person was explaining that she regrets cheating and not all cheaters are going to cheat again and again, and of course all the opinions were very negative. But i'm just wondering why?
Like of course cheaters did something really wrong and they shouldn't get a second chance, but why is it so hard to believe that someone can regret hurting that person and wish they could go back and stop themselves from cheating? Can't a person make mistakes in their life and learn from them?
By the way, I have never cheated and never been cheated on. If someone cheated on me, I would not give them another chance.
You regret things that happened in the past, you can't regret things in the future lol
Most Helpful Guy
It's not that a cheater can't have remorse and never do it again. It's that you never know. You don't know why they cheated (probably). You don't know how sorry they are. You don't know if they will do it again. You never really know if they can be trusted.5
Most Helpful Girl
I agree with you that just because you don't think that person can be trusted due to previous actions, doesn't mean you can't believe that he/she regrets that action. I think that a lot of times, people who cheat do it habitually, so people generally perceive it as more a character trait than just a one-time fall. That's why some people think cheaters don't regret it. But of course it is not that black and white. If someone did it once I do believe he/she can genuinely feel bad about it and resolve to not do it again. Whether or not I would trust his/her word is a different story, very much like what you said :).2