especially if they are almost 30yrs old
Most Helpful Guy
No, there are always accepting to the rule... there can be an instance of something so important to a person that he will undergo a change, face and. battle the demons in his soul and poisoning his mind... I know this for a fact that just because it happened more than. once that a person can break free of those shackles and surprise everyone.0
Most Helpful Girl
I think when it comes to cheating, it's a personal choice. Because I know sometimes things just happen. But I just have a hard time believing that it's not something someone should be accountable for. I mean, to me, having a history of cheating speaks of poor impulse control. Like they know it's wrong, but do it anyway. But then expect people to forgive them and just forget it ever happens. I mean I know some cheaters are genuinely remorseful. But from my own personal experiences, it's a forgive and forget about it mentality and they make it out that the person who was cheated on is a bad person if they don't just let it slide.
I feel like if a person who cheats, honestly wants to change, they are going to work on the impulse control. It's not fair to expect a partner to stick around and keep getting hurt by cheating on them. People can only take so much and shouldn't have to put up with it.
I would totally be willing to work with a person who is willing to work with me. But if that's not the case, then what's the point?
I think people can change, but they must want to change.0