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You are definitely destined for divorce.
I literally laughed at your response. You have no clue buddy.
cheating isn't a mistake
Okay. Enjoy the laugh.Think what you will, Greg.
saying its a mistake, is like saying some1 stabs you in the back by accident
@grega239 Sometimes people trip while they're holding scissors. So sometimes people can stab you in the back on accident. I'm not saying it's always a mistake. But it can also most certainly be a mistake. A single moment of weakness.
dont care if it was a moment of weakness. if im capable of loyalty so is every1 else
@grega239 If that's how you want to think, like I said, go for it.
I have never cheated. My parents have never cheated. I have two older brothers who have never cheated. I have guy friends who have never cheated. So no, it's not likely most people cheat. If I find out the guy I'm with has cheated before, I will immediately terminate the relatioship.
Congrats to them. If you find out that someone has cheated before but have done you no wrong, then you have just lost someone who has been faithful to you based on something they did, possibly once, in the past. If you break up with everyone over a mistake you will die alone. Besides, if you find out and break up with him, you still dated someone who had cheated in the past.
Sounds to me you have cheated in the past and trying to normalize it by saying most people cheat. And i wouldn't knowingly date someone who cheated. If i dated a cheater, it's because i didn't know.
I was cheated on actually. I'm not trying to normalize anything. People cheat, a lot of people cheat whether you like it or not. Let me put it to you this way. You marry someone. You spend 20 years together. He's made you a happy woman, supported you, has fought for you, makes you laugh, works hard but makes time for you, basically the perfect man. You then found out before you even met, let's say when he was 16, would you divorce him right then?
How do you come to the conclusion that most people cheat?
would you divorce them?
No i wouldn't because I made a commitment of marriage but if he had told me this when we were dating, I would break up with him.
So tell me, how do you come to the conclusion that most people cheat?
I've met a lot of cheaters, even in people I wouldn't expect. Heard about a lot of cheaters. Many don't broadcast mistakes they have made like that. Some do, but not all. Call it an exaggeration if you want, but either way, a lot of people cheat.So now because you've made a commitment, the whole breaking up thing is out the window. So if he cheated on you early on before you were even married, you've committed to him and wouldn't leave him?
Of course I would leave him.
and why is that?
Because he cheated on me?
Exactly. You say you would leave someone who has cheated, but then say you wouldn't divorce a man who has because you've made a commitment. You make a commitment in any relationship, the difference is paperwork. However, when it's you he's cheated on, regardless of how long ago it was, you leave him. The difference there is that it's you he cheated on and not a mistake he made in the past with another person.
They could have left. I was in an unhealthy relationship. I said it's over and left.