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Why is it called "cheating" or being unfaithfull?

  1. days leaper profile image79
    days leaperposted 7 years ago

    Why is it called "cheating" or being unfaithfull?

    Most have had relationships before, so why does it matter if the business trip or girlie holiday happens to bump into some flash stranger, old lover or whoever for that matter.  What does it matter if nothing is pure to begin with?

  2. Xgear profile image55
    Xgearposted 7 years ago

    I dont think it has anything to do with things being pure but being right.

    If you are with someone and you both expect to be "exclusive" as most people say it, you are expected to commit and abide by it, if you can't stay true to your word being loyal, how do you know they will with so many other things?

    You can't be in a relationship with someone who cheats because she/he does things you dont expect them to do, therefore you'd never know wether you're both on the same page of life or not, wether you can trust on that person or not when you're in a relationship because you're looking to build something with that person.

    It is as simple as image you like baseball and you support the Yankees, it is obviously wrong to cheer up for the Red Sox when you're commiting to support one team and you're looking fordward to achieve something with the team.

  3. profile image53
    redacticposted 7 years ago

    A good area to start looking is for the first number called when your partner first leaves for work and the same number called again right before they return home.

  4. days leaper profile image79
    days leaperposted 7 years ago

    Xgear.  Thanks for your comments.  I see, it's like like a contract -yes?
    Please explain "same page of life", the "so many other things", or some of them etc.  If you would be so kind.  I have my reasons for asking, and would much appreciate this.

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