So what you are saying in essence, is that nothing, absolutely nothing can drive a person to cheating.
Nothing at all. There is no reason to cheat but it being their own decision to cheat. Seeing a fine man/woman walk across one's path is only a form of temptation but isn't an excuse for anyone to cheat. In life we're tempted with many things to test our loyalty and position in life which reveals who we are when serious situations involves people testing us. It takes someone with good understanding and emotional strength to hold onto the good that is in front of them if it caused no harm. If it's causing harm than you leave not take revenge because two wrongs never made a right by turning into the hurt person who hurt you.
Yup. I see your point.
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The bitch he was fucking around with knew he was engaged and had a child on the way.
So the blame lies with both people, but obviously more with the person who cheated. Fair enough...
Maybe that's hard for some people? Not that they didn't do something terrible...
Well, maybe - but if you cared for someone then you would at least try to refrain from harming them. Maybe by telling them, you'd hurt them less (after all, the discontinuation of the relationship does not mean the discontinuation of the friendship) than breaking the love between you two.
As if you'll die if your significant other 'drives you' to *that point* of dieing like by being toxic or whatever instead of doing the simple & right thing of getting away from the toxic relationship...
I did get away from the relationship I was just answering the question. That's how I think I would act if I were the one to cheat
When one is cheating it is because the another one wasn't able do everything to keep their relationship.
However, does cheating qualify as an appropriate reaction?One could always tell...