Curious about how many people are honest to admit if they've cheated before. Also a bit curious to see which of the two genders offer cheat more.
- YES, cheated at least once/or moreVote A
- No, never have cheatedVote B
Most Helpful Guy
No, but I can't blame the people whose partners completely neglect them and reject them sexually (or emotionally).0
Most Helpful Girl
I've never cheated, though I have been cheated on before.
I don't want to cheat on anyone because I don't want to make anyone feel that way. If my boyfriend liked someone more than me, I'd rather he just leave me. If I found someone I liked more than him, I would probably leave him because I don't think anyone deserves to be 2nd best with their bf/gf/wife/husband. Currently though, I only like my boyfriend though there are a few issues in our relationship which I feel needs work. I have told him what things and hopefully he will stick to his word and sort them out and things will hopefully get better and work out.
I admit I have flirted lightly with people online even though I have a boyfriend, but only because I'm pretty sure my boyfriend was flirting with a mutual friend of ours on fb chat back on New Years Eve. I could be wrong but I did question some the things that was said and still have the screenshots. He does not know I know. He doesn't speak to this girl unless she messages first, he promises on mine, his life and even his nans grave that I am his one true love and the only girl he loves.
However, I felt no guilt from just lightly flirting with people online because "Yh, he admitted to our friend he had a girlfriend and that it was me when she asked him about it to stop me worrying.. But then he was also asking why she asked and if she liked anyone. Why was he doing that for? Did he like her?"
So yeah, no guilt at the time because of that.. Then last night I had a nightmare that for some bizarre reason I had kissed my 60 year old teacher (who I don't like in "that" way AT ALL) and then a little later in the dream (or rather nightmare) I was thinking if it was wrong and feeling bad about being disloyal to my boyfriend but both me and my teacher were trying to convince me it was alright and justify it because "I don't love my teacher, the kiss meant nothing and I love my boyfriend so it's okay. It'd be different if I actually loved my teacher"
I woke up and was relieved it was just a dream. I usually have nightmares about him being disloyal. Perhaps my bad dream was a reflection of guilt from flirting with other people, even if only lightly. Think I'll maybe stop doing that now.0