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  1. Der Meister profile image70
    Der Meisterposted 5 years ago

    Do you consider it foolish to stay in a relationship with someone who has been unfaithful to you?

  2. cherlame profile image59
    cherlameposted 5 years ago

    I don't think it is foolish.  If the person is willing to change themselves and they genuinely apologize for the actions that they took then I guess I would stay with them.  If they make the same mistake again then I'm pretty sure I would end it.

  3. divadivine profile image59
    divadivineposted 5 years ago

    I dont think its foolish the first time he/she cheats everyone is entitled to one mistake. However, if he or she contiues to cheat, and you continue to take hin/her back, then you're the fool

  4. LauraGT profile image92
    LauraGTposted 5 years ago

    I think it depends on a lot of factors. Often there are other problems in the relationship and cheating is just one of them. I think if I were single, I would consider it cause to end the relationship, as I know I would have too hard a time forgiving and I would feel the relationship was soiled. As a married person with children, I think it would be a much more difficult decision. Personally, I think honesty is the most important factor in a relationship, with fidelity being a close second. I think if honesty is there (plus it being the right person), infidelity is less likely to be an issue.  All I can say it that I hope I'm never faced with this problem (but am humble enough to know it can happen to anyone!)

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    reeltaulkposted 5 years ago

    @ cherlame Genuinely apologize for cheating on you?!?!?  Hell...they might as well had given you a heads up before doing it...now that's sincerity!  I think people don't want to "start over"  so they accept and tolerate things that are disrespectful and insulting.  What else are you expecting from them if they get caught out there.  They're either going to apologize or leave because this was a "way out". The only way I can see someone doing this is if they witnessed a parent or an adult they were close to do the same.  I mean there are just certain things you refrain from doing and accepting, even if it means you have to refuse abuse and respect yourself ..............I find it foolish, I'd say!

  6. onegoodwoman profile image77
    onegoodwomanposted 5 years ago

    Look at the worth of your relationship........

    Is this person worthy of forgiveness?  Have they asked for it?   Are they aware of the pain, they
    have caused?

    No one want to be mated with a " player"...........but,
    even the just can fall.

    I would not end my 30t years marriage over one simple indiscretion.

    I would not spend 30 years with a womanizer.