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Do you think a marriage should be over if the husband is cheating, and was caught?


This is a married couple in their early 30's, married for 13 years. He was caught cheating a few years ago, and was forgiven by his wife, since he pleaded so much to her and swore it wouldn't happen again. Now he recently did it again, but doesn't want to leave. Says he will do anything she wants, is sorry. She wants him to leave now since he usually does what he wants anyway. What do you think?

 

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    lupine 4 years ago

    I agree with you...she had all his stuff packed and waiting for him to leave when he got home the first time. He cried the sad story, would come by to talk outside each day, he convinced her to give him another chance. He was only gone about 5 days.


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Chloe Davis Smith (nochance) says

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    dashingscorpio 4 years ago

    You made a valid point. People who get married too young or before they figure out what they want/need in a mate for life are likely to have issues. Most guys are too immature for marriage in their early 20s. Odds are they were a couple as teens too!


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    P. Thorpe Christiansen (duffsmom) 4 years ago

    Ouch! How did we "only children" get bashed on in this one?


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P. Thorpe Christiansen (duffsmom) says

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    lupine 4 years ago

    She had a feeling he was up to something, feels like a fool, doesn't want to be around him for the "next time". There is now a relief, that she can go on.

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    lupine 4 years ago

    He did say she is the best thing he has. Didn't keep him from cheating, You do make sense, it's all been about him and his wants (buys what he wants, goes where he wants), now it's time for her to focus on what is best for her.


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    lupine 4 years ago

    Yes, there is no honor left. Nothing more to be said...actions are stronger than words.

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    dashingscorpio 4 years ago

    JT, Do you really believe there can be former smokers, drinkers, and drug users but cheaters have no (choice) but to cheat for the rest of their lives? Or is that just a (protection statement) or rule to keep one's self from taking another chance?


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