If your husband cheated w/your best friend, who is to blame?

If your husband cheated with your best friend, who is more to blame?

Likewise, if your wife cheats on you with your best friend, who is more to blame?


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  • The cheater. If it wasn't your friend, it probably be someone else.

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What Guys Said 17

  • They are both to blame.

    Any friend that would do that is not really a friend but an opportunist who is just scoping out your partner and waiting until your back is turned. They are done.

    I would be more inclined to forgive a partner. After all, they might be getting bored and desiring some more excitement. Although, doing something like that with your best friend is obvious grounds for dismissal.

    So, ditch the friend, forgive the partner and leave the partner.

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  • Of your significant other cheats on you with your best friend, it depends. It depends on whether or not they are aware of it. If one is trying to seduce the other, then the seducter is more guilty, although both are still guilty.

    But it's not really a question of who is more guilty.

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  • both obviously, I think it's kinda insane to put a ratio on it. Yes, technically the best friend didn't cheat on a SO but she broke your trust just like the trust that was broken between the husband and spouse.

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  • The cheater - if you can't respect a person enough to just end a relationship instead of cheating you don't deserve to be in a relationship in the first place. That's all there is to it - don't cheat.

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  • Both. Letting such a situation occur implies they either are too dumb to know the consequences of their actions or just don't care at all about anything

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  • Both. It would be 50/50 in my opinion. My husband broke his vows to me and the person who was supposed to be my best friend stabbed me in the back. They would both be equally to blame. If this happrned to me, my husband would be looking for a new wife and the other person would be looking for a new best friend.

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  • Both, but I think I'd be a lot more mad at my husband. He's the one who promised to never cheat, to stay faithful until death do us part. My friend probably made no such promise, at least not on the same level of seriousness. As RealDeal said, if it wasn't my friend, it would be someone else instead. A cheater doesn't care who he/she cheats with.

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  • i would say your husband or wife was more to blame .. that would be a crappy thing for a friend to do but friends come and go to .. it would be more your spouses fauly for letting it happen

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  • They are both to blame, but the husband would be more to blame than the best friend. They both broke my trust, but the husband broke vows.

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  • Both of them, and possibly myself as well.

    They both broke my trust and betrayed me. Maybe it was part my fault as well.

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