I believe no. There are too many people out there to forgive cheating. Even if it's physical. I find physical cheating disgusting, and would never tolerate it. Some people say that prostitutes are just a service? i will never agree with that.
Should you forgive cheating in marriage?
What Guys Said 9
It depends on the circumstances.
If a woman withholds sex from a man (for ANY reason. If there are medical reasons, there are other ways she can relieve his passion.) for a significant amount of time, and he cheats... I believe she should take him back, if he is willing to come back to her at all.
If a man is withholding his heart from a woman, and she is desperate for his love, and she finds it with another man, he should repent, and so should she. Heart, and love is as important for women as sex is for men.
Usually cheating is a sign that there was a lack of devotion between people from the beginning. There should be a 100% given, and received from both people for it to work.
People who truly love each other do not cheat on one another.0
Why the cheated and whether they'll do it again are really the big things to consider. If you REALLY don't think they'll do it again and they cheated on you for an understandable reason you should give them another chance, being cautious from that point forward. These understandable reasons are pretty rare though.
However if they cheat twice you should never give them another chance ever again.0
Once you cheat, you're damaged meat.1
Never. I would be out in a second. I wouldn't want to stick my dick in her ever again either knowing some other guy had my wife when she promised to be true to me.1
Well, depends. I was complete dickwad one time. I pretended to wife I was lawyer guy from Texas moving to Canada. Oh wow did she ever fall for it.0
No you shouldn't. They only forgive because they are afraid of being alone0
no I can't think of anything0
No way if anything in marriage its an even more serious offense.0
What Girls Said 5
No never. cheating is unforgivable0
No, cheating is never forgivable.0
No, you should not0
I wouldn't. No reason to stay with someone who can't be faithful when there's someone out there who would treat you like you deserve to be treated.0
Never will I ever.0
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