I really like the idea of second chances. I believe people can change, and people do change.However, I don't deny that it can be really hard for the person giving the second chance to do so, and I don't blame people who don't trust someone who hurt them badly. It's not something everyone can do.
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sure. people make mistakes. they are worthy of second chances and forgiveness in MOST cases.obviously it depends on what they did. and just because I give someone a second opportunity (say in the case of cheating) doesn't mean they get a second chance at dating me. 'to err is human. to forgive is divine'
Yes. (That being said, only if there was probable cause and the situation called for it) also, it depends on the intensity and duration of the relationship because sometimes, walking away from a good thing just doesn't seem worth it sometimes. People make mistakes and epiphanies are always right around the corner.
It depends entirely on the severity of the mistake. I believe in forgiveness but just because you forgive them doesn't mean you forget about the problem. If someone makes an innocent mistake sure I'd give them another chance unless it becomes a habit.
Sometimes. I'd never say never on this subject but I will say this:Every single time without exception that I have granted someone a "second chance" in any type of relationship I have been fucked over.So proceed with caution.
I believe in second chances as far as friendship but relationshipsthere is reason a ex is ex and there's reason the couple aren't togetherso many girls take guys back and some guys do the same thingi can't begin to count the people i know whose been in and out of relationships they go to jail and get out of jail they go to court than one doesn't show up for the hearing so charges are dismissedi keep seeing these same people whose my age 46 it makes no sensethey need grow up and stop playing games..
Depends on how bad you fucked up.
It depends on what the person has done.
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