The three questions to ask your partner when you found out they cheated on you in order to get closure and evaluate whether you should break up with them or not.
There’s a guy (always is, right?), and he’s really cool and all, and we get along really great together. We’ve hung out a bunch of times, but here’s the thing: he’s got a reputation for cheating. I mean, I know from friends that he’s cheated on at least 2 girls before.
My question is this: Can you ever trust a guy again after he’s cheated? Was it just a one time drunken mistake?
Man, where do you even start with this? I mean, he’s that guy who was there with you for a really crucial time in your life, you know?
All men are capable of cheating. Hell, all people are! Let’s not pretend that there aren’t temptations and that there aren’t opportunities. There are times when it’s just a slip and then there are other times when it’s a damn Charlie Chaplin sketch. The question is, how do you know if he’s cheating on you?
Here’s the question: Did he cheat if he liked his next girlfriend before he broke up with you? Emotional infidelity, that’s the subject of the debate. Is it cheating if he feels it and thinks it but doesn’t act on it? What if he falls for someone but then breaks up with you before acting on his impulses? Does that make it less bad?
It’s the same story with all of us. You meet a great guy, he seems perfect and then WHAM, he does something that makes your skin crawl. And while some turn offs are universal (negativity, bad in bed, the dude straight-up smells), some hold more weight than others.
Is it just me, or does it seems like lately you can’t throw a condom in the air without hitting a cheater in the head. It seems like cheaters are everywhere these days and although it shouldn’t surprise you that countless acts of infidelity are happening everyday, you may be interested to know the various reasons behind such adultery.
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After coming home for my first winter break, I've noticed a trend among many of my high school friends. Many of them are becoming "the other woman/man" to their new college love interests.
I was tucked into bed on Wednesday night (well…technically Thursday morning since it was 1 am) flipping through the channels on TV to decide on a good bedtime story for my roommate and I. After the usual Sex and the City disappointment, “UGH we JUST saw this episode” we were thrilled to stumble across our second favorite show: The Millionaire Matchmaker.
Well, now that group sex is on the menu, it seems like a good time to clarify an age old debate - what is cheating? Some say it's sex, others say kissing, still others say even thoughts can be cheating, so now it's time to voice your vote ladies; in a world of committed threesomes, phone sex and the office wife, what really counts as cheating?
It's like having your heart ripped out of your chest and tapped danced on by a sumo wrestler in stilettos - getting cheated on. And as if that's not bad enough, the horrible feeling of being cheated on often comes along with it's mustache-twirling evil twin - the repentant cheater.