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Does apology fix things after you cheat with your loved ones ?

  1. profile image60
    urbanfakirposted 3 years ago

    Does apology fix things after you cheat with your loved ones ?

  2. pattyfloren profile image81
    pattyflorenposted 3 years ago

    In my opinion I just read this book with a couple falling in love cause for one, the girl's husband died in a car crash and the husband's best friend was in love with the wife.  So the wife moved in with the guy.  They were dominants (which is the main reason I wont reveal the title cause it was rather physical) but anyway she walked away from this guy after all the hoola just because she was having dreams about choosing her husband over this guy and the guy heard her crying in her sleep so he withdrew.  In the end they got back together because they finally realized they fell in love.  I dont think they could do otherwise and still act like a normal couple.  The man practically lost his mind after she got in a car crash and ended up in the hospital.  This book was really really intense.  Yes, apology does fix things.

  3. profile image60
    urbanfakirposted 3 years ago

    ok I agree but does this means you can cheat when you are in a relationship ?

    when the girl was in relationship how can she  have another guy in her life , do you think this is right  and to keep a backup always in life so that you can switch to backup if something  bad happens.

    1. dashingscorpio profile image86
      dashingscorpioposted 3 years agoin reply to this

      Life is a personal journey. Anyone can do whatever they want.
      “While we are free to choose our actions, we are not free to choose the consequences of our actions” – Stephen R. Covey
      You're entitled to have your own "deal breakers".

  4. dashingscorpio profile image86
    dashingscorpioposted 3 years ago

    No. A sincere apology and showing contrition are only the first steps in a long journey to earn someone's trust again.
    After an apology is given the ball is in the betrayed person's court. You're at their mercy as to what will be required to "fix things" in order to get back into their good graces. There is no specific time limit for how long it may take to assure someone they can trust you again. It's possible they may never forgive! Everything is up to the (forgiver). 
    You have to do whatever (they) want for as long as it takes. That's the "price" a cheater pays if he or she sincerely regrets what they did and actually wants to be with the person they hurt.

    1. profile image60
      urbanfakirposted 3 years agoin reply to this

      dashingscorpio yea I agree with what you said but what i think is apology is just like a way you can be a scapegoat and you get the license to cheat again.

  5. Kiki Estime profile image36
    Kiki Estimeposted 21 months ago

    No apology does not fix things after you cheat on your love ones. What does fix things will take work and committee from both partner to move on. The party who cheated need to show remorse and take accountability for their actions. The party who cheated has to be ready for what ever consequences is headed their way. Apology is just the beginning.

 
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