If someone admits to cheating during the courting phase, don't see this as them being able to admit such, instead listen to what they say next & leave

If someone admits to cheating during the courting phase, dont see this as them being able to admit such, instead listen to what they say next & leave

A friend of mine was sharing something a girl he's talking to told him. It was weighing on him as to whether he should continue talking to her with the purpose of possibly agreeing to a relationship with her in the future.based on our discussion, I just wanted to share my opinion.

During the talking phase, tbe question of whether you've cheated is always brought up, and for good reason. The natural inclination is for people to deny ever cheating or admit to doing so long ago. However, when someone tells you they have, like in their last relationship, pay attention to what they say next. I bet it'll sound something like this

He was abusive and I suffered for so long

Was in a sex less relationship for too long and endured constant rejection from my partner when I wanted sex.

They werent willing to adjust to my sexually asks and/or were selfish lover,

And other excuses like this without and sense of guilt or remorse. Only the feeling of justification and that their SOs actions pushed them to do it.

If you hear this, you can expect they'll its almost guaranteed they'll cheat on you.

There are some red flags you can work around and then there are those that should be automatic and universally recognized as your wake up call to leave

If someone admits to cheating during the courting phase, don't see this as them being able to admit such, instead listen to what they say next & leave
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