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No, not at all - living proof. My ex thought cooking cleaning and fucking were three cities in China. I kept looking for a replacement, cheated the shit out of her. Ms. Right did come along, been forever true and in love. That was thirty years ago!BUT - in your case? The sleep-around girlfriend? It's called hypergamy. And she'll do it again and again, over and over and over. She's a simple slut. Decide if you care or if you don't. And beware of really funky VD you can NEVER get rid of. They'll tend to bring that home to you. Egads.
I'm not sure, some people stay cheater all the time but others can be a cheater just cause he stay in a so-so relationship but once he get in a relationship with a person he truly love he won't cheat.I'm not really sure but I think it's possible some cheater would stop cheating once they get with someone who they really love and not settle for a basic / average / OK person.After in the case you talked i would guess the girl liked her best friend more than her boyfriend and she only settle for her boyfriend like that or something (or she's a true cheater).
This is kind of a tough question to answer, because it really depends on the person. While there are many people who will cheat again, there are some who really regret it and will not. However, I don't know that I could trust someone I knew has cheated in the past to not do the same to me, personally. It really shows poor judgment and a lack of respect for their partner to me. It might be slightly more forgivable if it was when they were a dumb kid years ago and they regretted it and have never done it since, but I'd probably still have my reservations about it. I don't want to commit to anyone I feel I can't trust. The bottom line is, if you feel like you can't trust them, it's not a good idea to date them. If you feel it's going to be the type of relationship where you have to worry about them having friends of the opposite sex or feel like you need to snoop through their phone, it's not going to be a healthy relationship.
As far as im concerned, yes. Even in the rare case that someone might change, i wouldn't give them that chance. As men, we can't afford a woman cheating on us. Being cheated on is the biggest black mark a dude can have. You will not only lose respect from men, but you will also lose opportunities with other women. I guarantee you that. They will not admit it, but you have a better chance with a girl if you break up with your girl, than if you were cheated on by your girl. Hell, you have better chances with a girl of you are cheating ON your girl (but then the new girl isn't being bright and is likely ego tripping) .Anyway, most cheaters won't change, and even if a few might, there is no reason for you to give them a chance. Go for a girl who doesn't have a history like that.
Never. If you cheat, you do it willingly, while knowing the consequences. Cheating is not just a mistake, but a series of mistakes, and you have so many chances to stop at any point, but you still continue. From my point of view, cheating can't be done by mistake, and it's not something I could forgive, even if it wasn't done to me.
To an extent. Unless they go through a drastic personality change and a period of REAL growth and maturity (which is highly unlikely and very hard), they will still be a cheater. Just self control is not enough. If your mindset has not changed, it will produce the same outcome. Watch your thoughts, for they determine your actions, watch your actions, for they determine your character, watch your character, for they determine your destiny.
Nope. Never. Not unless she's been through years of therapy to deal with her crushing guilt... And still struggles. To forgive herself after all these years... Then hell no man! Don't be an idiot. Do you think you're special to her? Do you think that's different that the way she made the last guy feel? Don't delude yourself. Go with your gut... and your brain...
Once a cheater always a cheater. But that does not only apply to cheating but to a number of attributes.Given the proper "incentive", everyone will take the opportunity to relapse. It is only a question of the correct setting for a cheater to fall back into the old habit.
F--K NO.EVERYTIMETHINKING:"This time it will be different, because she loves ME!"NOTE TO SELF:The types that do it won't change: and quite often their just moonlighting their "other job" to avoid the stigma, and wouldn't even bother telling their BFs about it.
I do believe this quote whole heartedly because people make mistakes when young and to answer the question if I were u I would make sure that door is played to I'm sick then move on honestly and start being honest with yourself and other.. its bigger than u !!
I have dated two women who cheated. I'm adult enough to forgive such transgressions, but with the onus that not only do we discuss this but also pledge to eachother that we will not lie to eachother and be forthright in all we do. It worked in both cases. One lasted 18 years after.
No, I like to believe they can grow and change. I wouldn't date them if like you said it was their previous relationship. I would only date a cheater if it's been a few years and they really owned up to it and see their fault.
I believe that every relationship is different, but if they cheated once they maybe was put in a spot to were there partner didn't feel interested in the other. thats why you always love your partner and communication always. if I felt like there was no flame or I was losing interest. then I'd tell them. and work it out. or just leave.. it ducks to be cheated on..
People can change but people can't change what they've done. It's your gamble whether or not to trust someone but you'll never know the choice was right or wrong if you don't make it.The important thing is to choose to believe what you want, the rest is out of your hands.
Many cheaters do learn from their mistakes, and have happy, committed relationships afterwards. However, cheating does indicated an weakness.
Some people grow up, learn and acknowledge their mistakes. I've cheated in previous relationships because at that time i didn't know any better. I wasn't happy in the relationship but not fully ready to just walk away and be alone. Then I grew, i changed and i learned that it's better to just speak up and break up if a relationship isn't fulfilling to you, rather than going through the stress of cheating and hurting your partner in the process. Since then, i've had a 3year long relationship and i didn't cheat, even though it wasn't always sunshine and cotton candy. Now i'm in a 2year long relationship, we had a lot of dramatic downs yet it never crossed my mind to cheat. So i managed to break the cycle and i'm a fully redeemed cheater.
Well done. Lmao
No... People can change their ways. People act like its impossible when it's not. But saying "once a cheater, always a cheater" just make people believe that they will never be able to change so in reality, that type of mindset makes everyone worse off.
Most girls and women cheat because they can fuck guys that are hotter than then their boyfriend or husband. Most men would cheat if they could cheat up like women do; However, to cheat, men have to cheat down and they may not be willing to.
Once a cheater always a cheater from my experience.
People can learn from past mistakes but just be on guard
In most cases yes, they just don't have the will to be faithful. Some others really learn their mistakes and improve but I wouldn't take my chances with any cheater and risk getting cheated on.
People cheat because they are unhappy or unsatisfied with their partner. Men and women, both ha e preferences and different needs. Finding a perfect match is almost impossible. We live in the world where people's fantasies and passions have become taboo. The problem is not with people cheating, it's with them being honest and open with one another in the first place.
No, people cheat because they are unloyal. Thats all there is to it. People with poor characters make poor decisions. People with good characters will seek better solutions for the problems you mentioned. This is only a cheap excuse for cheating
So people stay together because of loyalty? If they are happy together or not, that shouldn't matter?
If you do that, you'd better be looking forward to a "hotwife" situation, at the very best.
Doing something once isn't a pattern, its a mistake. She is human right?
well some people learn from their mistakes , and the other dont give a f about their mistakes and keep doing it again and again... so my ans is 50/50
If thats true why worry as you can do the same. Maybe have a foursome?
Yep a cheater is always a cheater. Always stay away from them
No, my ex cheated on me but he is very loyal to his new girlfriend.
That must feel terrible. How do you feel about that?
I would assume that, if she's a decent person, she'd be happy for him to have changed for the better.
@Flotri66 I was hurt for a while, but now I don't even care anymore. He's dead to me.
@Lord_Ateag At first I was jealous and I kept asking myself what I did wrong. But, now I don't care about him. I act like he never knew him.
Hey, when it comes to cheating, it’s never anything wrong about YOU, but everything to do with the cheater. Bare that in mind
@QooLipBite you are so right! Thank you!
People can change.I wouldn't let it affect my decision to be with someone.
Think of cheaters like addicts with withdrawal symptoms
Unfortunately yes, and even if they're not, the trust is gone and can never be recovered fully.
I do think SOME people can change but no I wouldn't date anyone who has cheated.
A cheater is not always a cheater! People can grow up and sometimes in order to grow mistakes need to be made
No, that doesn't make sense.
Do caterpillars stay caterpillars?
Yes. Just walk away and move on.
Yes. Never trust a whore.
Cheater is a cheater. Always.
No, cheats always cheat
That's how they were born
Yes, cheaters won't stop
Yes they are
Yes that’s true
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