What Would You Do If You Knew That Your Brother’s Wife Is Cheating On Him? Would

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  1. ngureco profile image82
    ngurecoposted 8 years ago

    What Would You Do If You Knew That Your Brother’s Wife Is Cheating On Him? Would You Beat Her?

  2. DavitosanX profile image71
    DavitosanXposted 8 years ago

    Of all the courses of action you could take in such a situation, resorting to violence is the worst, and simply wrong.

  3. pippap profile image86
    pippapposted 8 years ago

    There is never an excuse for hitting or beating a woman.  There are other ways to handle cheating - DIVORCE comes to mind.

    The only time laying your hands on another person is ever acceptable is if you are defending yourself and other methods (walking away, peacemaking, etc.) fail.  Then you are only allowed, legally and morally, to use the force necessary to stop the person from harming you.

  4. ktps profile image53
    ktpsposted 8 years ago

    i would tell my brother but never beat her

  5. Gyspy Writer profile image57
    Gyspy Writerposted 8 years ago

    No. I would leave the situation between my brother and his wife, and not interfere. Even though I would be sad for my brother.

  6. Arthur Windermere profile image81
    Arthur Windermereposted 8 years ago

    What? No! Why would you even think of beating her? Even if you do beat her, your brother's still been emasculated. After you tell your brother, what you can do, if you must help, is find a way to restore your brother's sense of masculinity and identity. As long as he's confident and secure, she can't hurt him. This can involve helping him reconcile with his wife, or getting him some younger, more attractive women (i.e. divorce). Ideally, don't beat anyone.

  7. stricktlydating profile image83
    stricktlydatingposted 8 years ago

    You NEVER have the right to beat a women - no matter what.
    It is not an option. And if you did you should face the full force of the Law.

    You can let her know that you know she is cheating on your brother, and you can ask her to tell her husband and/or you can tell your brother about it yourself.  Your other option is not to get involved at all. Consider if you really have proof she is cheating too.

  8. profile image47
    muddle<34posted 7 years ago

    NO! YOU SHOULD NEVER BEAT A WOMAN OR A MAN!! tell your brother and advise him on NONE VIOLENT ways to deal with the situation such as talking, councelling, or leaving her.


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