Cheating

Cheating

celibacysucks celibacysucks
In a relationship where a partner cheats, is the person they cheat with as guilty as the cheater (given the understanding that they are aware of the person's non-single status)?
11/21/2010
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Tuesday Tuesday
Quote:
Originally posted by celibacysucks
In a relationship where a partner cheats, is the person they cheat with as guilty as the cheater (given the understanding that they are aware of the person's non-single status)?
This question actually became a heated lunchtime discussion with coworkers once.

I say responsibility lies completely on the shoulders of the cheater. Its not the job of the person cheated with to keep everyone else's marriage happy.
11/21/2010
Emma (Girl With Fire) Emma (Girl With Fire)
Quote:
Originally posted by celibacysucks
In a relationship where a partner cheats, is the person they cheat with as guilty as the cheater (given the understanding that they are aware of the person's non-single status)?
I would say yes. But when it comes to who the spouse should be upset with.... It should be their partner all the way. The third party though guilty of being disrespectful and selfish, is not the party with whom you had a commitment.
11/21/2010
Bunnycups Bunnycups
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Originally posted by Tuesday
This question actually became a heated lunchtime discussion with coworkers once.

I say responsibility lies completely on the shoulders of the cheater. Its not the job of the person cheated with to keep everyone else's marriage happy.
I couldn't have said it better myself. People need to be responsible for their own actions. As far as the person they cheat with, I think that just shows their lack of respect and low standards for themselves and others.
11/21/2010
Shumway Shumway
Quote:
Originally posted by celibacysucks
In a relationship where a partner cheats, is the person they cheat with as guilty as the cheater (given the understanding that they are aware of the person's non-single status)?
I think the main responsibility lies with the cheater.. however I do think that if the person they are cheating with knows the cheater is in a relationship, they should certainly not encourage or follow through with the act.
11/23/2010
pinkzombie pinkzombie
Quote:
Originally posted by celibacysucks
In a relationship where a partner cheats, is the person they cheat with as guilty as the cheater (given the understanding that they are aware of the person's non-single status)?
No not to me I believe people are accountable for their own individual actions. The one in the relationship is at fault because they know exactly what they are doing. The other party may not know the whole story
11/24/2010
mrs.mckrakn mrs.mckrakn
Quote:
Originally posted by celibacysucks
In a relationship where a partner cheats, is the person they cheat with as guilty as the cheater (given the understanding that they are aware of the person's non-single status)?
Of course! Doesnt the bible say dont fuk a homies wife
04/16/2011
Retro Retro
Quote:
Originally posted by celibacysucks
In a relationship where a partner cheats, is the person they cheat with as guilty as the cheater (given the understanding that they are aware of the person's non-single status)?
I would say yes and no. Yes, because the person who was involved in cheating could be close and know details of the relationship. I know some people go by "the heart wants what it wants" but there are always different factors. Some people want something new, also with different factors.

No, because in some cases people get close to those they know are involved but do not know both parties. They may be told things are worse than they are or feel so connected to the person that they are being let in they want to make things better themselves.

All in all I don't agree with cheating at all. if you feel you need to cheat then you should talk to your partner about it. These types of actions hurt and negatively affect others.
04/16/2011
RonLee RonLee
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Originally posted by mrs.mckrakn
Of course! Doesnt the bible say dont fuk a homies wife
And what if the homie didn't know there was a wife?
09/23/2011
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