I'd probably give 2 free passes at the most, because I believe it's impossible for men to remain faithful in the long run. So, as opposed to vows being broken, I would allow him 2 times. It's not cheating if the other partner is aware and giving 'permission.'
It's best to take a realistic approach
How about you?
By the way, this isn't a bash women/bash men question. it's just my outlook on things. I just think men aren't biologically programmed to want a longtime, monogamous relationship. No hatred or bitterness towards men. Just my perspective.
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None. If he wants to be with other women, we don't have to be married; and I don't need to waste my time. The only men that cheat are men who aren't mature enough for a relationship, or those who are in a relationship that is falling apart due to both or one partner not communicating the way they need to. Some people really shouldn't be married to one another precisely because they can't communicate or aren't willing to work with one another.
I'll be honest my view of being married myself has changed drastically. I don't feel like guys my age are capable of love or commitment that's required for marriage. So I honestly go into dating someone expecting absolutely nothing, if they show that they really care THEN I start showing more affection. however, I don't expect a marriage kind of commitment until I am in my 40s. Most of the players will be played out by then (since their looks will be fading).2