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If you cheat on your significant other, will you tell them or not tell them? Why

  1. QC_1983 profile image79
    QC_1983posted 7 years ago

    If you cheat on your significant other, will you tell them or not tell them? Why or why not?

  2. MickS profile image72
    MickSposted 7 years ago

    Someone who is dishonourable enough to betray a partner's trust, is probably stupid enough to blab about it.

  3. NikenDiana profile image55
    NikenDianaposted 7 years ago

    for sure i would never do that oz it's againts my princip of life and it's for sure againts the law...
    NO WAY....for me..to cheat on other significant

  4. dkroskens profile image58
    dkroskensposted 6 years ago

    This is a hard question.  If I was seperated, and filing for divorce, and felt the information was not going to help anything, I probably would not.  If they asked me, I would be honest.  If I was sincerely sorry and wanted to keep the relationship, and was willing to work on it, and committed to being monogamous, then I think anything but honesty would be wrong.  Guilt, when allowed to fester just causes more problems. In other words,   If I was really wanting to heal the realtionship I would say yes, and I would have to search myself for the reasons why, and be big enough to admit them, where healing starts.

  5. stclairjack profile image84
    stclairjackposted 6 years ago

    as someone who has been cheated on,... and he unloaded his concience on me just so HE could feel better,... and as some one who has damn near cheated herself,.... there are some things you can take to the grave if it keeps others from hurting,... i could have went the rest of my life w/o knowing about it,.... he was just unlaoding his guilty concience.
    i've made mistakes of my own in years since,... and some of them i will willingly take to the grave so inocent folks dont get hurt,...
    honesty,.... in some situations,.... is over rated.

 
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