- Once a cheater always a cheater.Vote A
- The past is in the past.Vote B
- See results.Vote C
Most Helpful Girl
No, that's a deal breaker for me. Some things you can't just do the 'forgive and forget'. I can't trust someone who I know have betrayed their previous partner. What guarantee will I have he won't do the same to me? Doubt and suspicion will be always niggling in the back of my mind. Plus, the probability of a cheater to cheat again is very high. There's something called a 'cheater's high', a feeling a cheater gets when they cheat. And like any high, It can be addictive. I just don't think the pain you might feel when they do cheat is worth it.0THIS IS NOT RELEVANT ANYMORE
Most Helpful Guy
I'd prefer not knowing, and just leave it in the past.
But if I had to know, I would want to know the reason too.
There's usually always something deeper than just a need to get off with someone new.0THIS IS NOT RELEVANT ANYMORE