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It depends. In this very specific case, it sounds like there's a couple (individuals A and B) and a third person (C). If A has been neglecting B, causing B to turn to C, then it's both of their faults. A for neglecting B, and B for cheating. In that situation, chances are even if C didn't exist, the relationship wouldn't last anyway. If B just started emotionally cheating and then gives up or neglects the relationship despite A's efforts to engage B, then it's B's fault. You can lead a horse to water but you can't make it drink.C is trying to poach B away from A. If a breakup happens, it's B and C's fault. B for not establishing proper boundaries with C and allowing emotional and/or physical cheating, and C for trying to steal someone else's partner. Once again, if A is being an attentive partner, there is only so much you can do, at the end of the day the decision to cheat is B's and B's alone, A can't control that and thus can't be at fault.
Why not both?
both are responsible.a relationship consists of 2 parties, and those 2 are supposed to make this thing work.if one breaks up, it's the fault of both
yeah but if both agrees it would be happily separated.
I'm assuming the one who initiated it.
Whose the third person may I ask?
friends or the one who constantly trying to get him/her.
80% of divorces are initiated by women.
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