cheating take 2

@dawnald (84155)
Shingle Springs, California
November 21, 2008 4:58pm CST
And on the same subject but not the same.... You're newly dating somebody and you've grown very fond of them when you find out that the person cheated on a prior partner. Would you immediately end the relationship? Stay no matter what? Stay under certain circumstances?
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@NCgirl (488)
• Philippines
23 Nov 08
First thing, ask the person you're dating, how and WHY he/she did it, there's always a reason why a person have done this and that. But cheating will always be cheating,still bad. If you really like the person, go ahead and get to know him/her more. Take one day at a time, test the waters if you have to. The relationship is on its early stage, anything can happen, it might go to a more serious one or it might end up in the situation where one cheated too. The most important thing in a relationship is trust and communication, if both parties will be honest to each other, then bad things will be avoided. Relationship may last or not, still both parties will still be in good terms. I have seen couples who parted ways but remain good friends, it's hard to believe but they are, it's just a matter of handling the relationship, and of course, no cheating. More Love
@dawnald (84155)
• Shingle Springs, California
23 Nov 08
I think you can be friends after a relationship is over if you are both on the same page, but if one person isn't over the other or is bitter or something, it will never work!
@snowy22315 (38100)
• United States
22 Nov 08
Each relationship is different. Just because someone cheated once does not necessarily mean they are going to do it again. Some relationships just arent right. Not that cheating is ever the right thing to do, but sometimes it's the easy thing to do.
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@dawnald (84155)
• Shingle Springs, California
22 Nov 08
Communication is hard sometimes and yep sometimes it's probably easier.
@dieorfly (764)
• Slovak Republic
21 Nov 08
First of all I would ask why she cheated prior partner, if there will be logical explanation, such as she was not happy with him because he drunk a lot, or something like that I would be able to understand. I would not leave her, but will surely tell her I do not like cheating in any circumstances. But in the case there will be no serious reason to cheat I think I would soon or later break up, because the trust is most important for me in relationship. If she did it once she could do it again. And if I can not trust the person how can I love her?
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@dawnald (84155)
• Shingle Springs, California
21 Nov 08
I would also think the person would have to be sincerely sorry, learn from their mistakes and be determined never to do it again!