Cheating

Cheating

Graniteal Graniteal
If someone you liked, or who liked you, had a history of cheating, would you give them a chance?
02/02/2012
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js250 js250
I did. My husband and he has not cheated on me. I know this for a fact, we spend all our time together.
02/02/2012
voenne voenne
It depends. Some people do it because it gives them a thrill, sometimes they've done it because they just haven't found the right person. I would have my reservations if I knew this about someone I was interested in, and because I've been cheated on in the past, I think I would be too afraid to give them a chance.
02/02/2012
scottie1977 scottie1977
wife cheated for 8 months. did things with him that she never did with me. now denies several yrs later that she didnt love him that it was just a game. but at the time she stated that she did love him. why would she suck him off and swallow time after time and in 22 yrs of marriage never do that with me. she did things with him that i cant even comprehend.
02/02/2012
scottie1977 scottie1977
is it wrong of me to want to have sex with another woman that is willing to be proactive in the bed instead of just laying there waiting for me to cum? wife never orgasms with me. she did with him every time they fucked.
02/02/2012
Nazaress Nazaress
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Originally posted by js250
I did. My husband and he has not cheated on me. I know this for a fact, we spend all our time together.
My boyfriend and I spend all of our time together and he cheated on me three times. I'm not trying to say yours is. This just reminded me of it. Boo. I made myself sad again.

The last time just happened recently. Thankfully, it's not what people usually consider "cheating". But I do. I do a lot. It was flirting over texts, online, etc. and asking for pictures of other girls (and in one case, getting them). Though he did make a plan to have sex with this one girl and apparently didn't get the chance to before I caught him (this last time). He claims it was all talk but how can you know?

ANYWAY. Sorry for being a sourpuss, everyone. I'm slowly getting over it. I almost left him this time and he swore it was the last time. I just have to hope and pray he's telling the truth this time.

EDIT: Whoops. I got all sad and didn't even ask the question. To be honest, I don't know anymore. Not after what has happened to me. I'm just not sure.
02/02/2012
Ghost Ghost
Quote:
Originally posted by scottie1977
is it wrong of me to want to have sex with another woman that is willing to be proactive in the bed instead of just laying there waiting for me to cum? wife never orgasms with me. she did with him every time they fucked.
...Why are you still together if it's such a big issue? Harboring all that resentment doesn't really make for a great relationship.
02/03/2012
Lisa72 Lisa72
Quote:
Originally posted by Graniteal
If someone you liked, or who liked you, had a history of cheating, would you give them a chance?
Nope.
02/03/2012
married with children married with children
I dont think I would. Once you go down that road, its very hard to keep your self from doing it again.
02/04/2012
Ms. Spice Ms. Spice
Absolutely. I don't judge people for their past mistakes, so I'll keep an open mind. I don't want to miss out on a wonderful person because they made a couple mistakes. I know I would be upset if my potential partner couldn't forgive me for something I did in my past.
02/04/2012
zwee75 zwee75
Nothing is black and white. If it was the right person, I'd give him a chance.
02/04/2012
zwee75 zwee75
Quote:
Originally posted by Ghost
...Why are you still together if it's such a big issue? Harboring all that resentment doesn't really make for a great relationship.
^ this
02/04/2012
Tori Rebel Tori Rebel
It would depend. A habitual cheater who just has a grass-is-greener mind and does it for the thrill and has cheated on several partners? No. But I know people that have stayed in a relationship for one reason or another when there was nothing left to the relationship itself and cheated - that I might consider. It all depends on the person and the circumstances.
02/04/2012
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