Cheating,huh?

United States
March 2, 2007 12:53am CST
How do you PROVE to a person that you are NOT cheating on them? Please,what ever happened to trust?
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4 responses
@wrdsofwisdm (1070)
• United States
2 Mar 07
It has been my experience that if someone is constantly accusing you of cheating, they are most likely reacting from their own guilt and insecurity. Be cautious of people that do this because it's a toxic behavior that results in bad feelings and hurt for you. Besides, if you feel you have done nothing to bring on this behavior, you should probably tell the person to take a hike..I mean, why should you have to put up with that...it only leads to fights and stress and life is too short to be aggravated all the time, no?
• Pakistan
14 Mar 07
Give this person your contact info telling him or her that you will not be meeting him or her again unless he or she contacts you himself or herself.
@simran1430 (1793)
• India
4 Mar 07
It's easy to point the finger at the partner who cheated.And yes, the cheating partner is the one who officially crossed the line. Still, most cheating situations are symptons of a bigger relationship problem. Focusing too much on blaming your partner for cheating likely will miss the big picture of why it happened.
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@Anakata2007 (1787)
• Canada
2 Mar 07
Get a cell phone and tell them to call you whenever they are concerned that you are cheating, and you have to answer it everytime no matter what youre doing, even if youre sleeping or on the toilet or in the shower. But seriously...do you really want to live that way?
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