Which also means that the inclination towards this type of excessively uncivilized behavior is part of the reason why they were cheated on... because I don't see why anyone would choose to want to put up with that.
So, do you think if someone acts violently against a person who cheated on them, then their violent nature was probably part of the reason why they cheat? And would you be able to trust a person who beats and physically harasses the person who cheated on them?
[question inspired by https://www.girlsaskguys.com/relationships/q1706955-did-i-deserve-this ]
- YES, I do believe that if someone physically harms the person they had been together with if they were cheated on, then their aggressive behavior is part of the reason why they broke up with them.
- KIND OF, while I do believe that might contribute, the problem is probably more complicated; and wasn't necessarily a primary cause behind why they were cheated on.
- NO, cheating and being aggressive are TWO COMPLETELY UNRELATED thing, they most possibly did NOT start cheating because their partner was violent.
- I HAVE NO OPINION ON THIS MATTER
- I DON'T KNOW
Most Helpful Girl
I think such anger can be unleashed during such betrayal. It doesn't necessarily mean they are a violent person but the hurt and pain brought it out in them. And not liking a quality about someone means you should break up with them. Not cheat on them. Thats disgusting.1
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Most Helpful Guy
I think with something like this the violence is caused by the cheating and not the other way round unless they were violent before. There's not a lot of point though, just dump and move on.1