Would you rather be in a relationship with a man/woman who cheats or lies?
No relationship is perfect. Every relationship has a liar or a cheater. Which one are you, which one do you choose or do you prefer to be all by your lonesome?
Maybe, if it is better for both of us.
Relations can be made on Lies, but can't keep the bond forever.
What a depressing, no faith-in-humanity, sort of question is this? "Every relationship has a cheater or a liar." What sort of attitude the writer of this question must have if they really believe that statement. Surprising as it may seem, there are people who remain true to their partners, husbands or wives. And as far as lying, those lies would be no more than those 'little white lies' deliberately said to remove angst or pain from their loved one.
it is said we bring into our lives that which we think about most. So if this is a belief about others you can comfortably live with, then don't change it. But if you truly desire more peace and happiness in your life, I strongly suggest you take a more positive approach to the human condition.
"Every relationship has a liar or a cheater." (Every)? Really?
It's highly unlikely if not impossible for every relationship to contain the exact same characteristics.
Having said that every cheater is a liar.
The underlying definition of a cheater is someone who "breaks the rules" by using secrecy and deception/lying. Oftentimes they lie by omission but more often than not they lie or mislead their mates directly about their whereabouts, who they're with, and what they were doing.
Neither liars or cheaters can be trusted! If you can't trust someone it makes no sense to maintain a relationship with them.
"Every relationship has a cheater and a liar." Is most often disagreeable to those who are faithful and never told a "little white lie" that statement is not a fact at all but just an opinion based on what whoever has been through and seen.
Just because someone is faithful (now) does not mean they were that way in all of their relationships in the past. My point is even if you have cheated or lied in past relationships it doesn't mean those things exist today. Thus it's not "every".
Of course not! Trust and loyalty are very important in a relationship (unless it's open).
No, just no.
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