Is how I think I'd react to be cheated on sad like he said?

I told him that I'd ask who it was and accept that I wasn't the one and that he (or my SO) should leave since it's obvious we don't have a connection like I thought. He said, "You wouldn't fight or try to fix things?" and I said no, because once it happens then I know I'm not enough for them anymore so why bother? and then he went quiet for a long time until he mumbled that it seemed really sad of me to react that way.

Is it really that sad? I just don't see the point in trying to make someone stay when they wouldn't do it on their own in the first place.
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Most Helpful Guy

  • I don't know if it is sad or not but if your SO cheats it not a case of you not being enough for them, it's a case that they are not worthy of you, never put yourself down because they can't be faithful.


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  • Your kind your beautiful your amazing fuart funny caring honest loyal


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  • No cheaters deserve to explain or second chances.

  • No it be sad if they'd try and stay.


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