Why do women want to save a relationship that was interrupted by infidelity?
Because they chose to forgive themselves for not being more attentive to their man??
Greek One!!!! I'm surprised by your statement! You're insinuating it's the woman's fault her man cheated!! Bad boy.
You? Provoke outrage? Naw... your too tender and soft-hearted.
I was soft and tender... but thanks to modern medicine..
I'm not going to make a comment re "seen that one coming" because this is a family website....
and because, like my ex, it would just be too easy
You're too much, Greeky! Now don't take that outta context, you bad boy!
Haha, and then I was about to say.. "I walked into that one".. but then again you could have turned that around.. awww...
I don't know, but I'd like to give all you women a chance to even the score! Email me for no strings attached sex.
you're right... this IS a dating site afterall....
email sex, that's a new one on me! how does that work? is it good for you?
lol.. I like the word 'interrupted'!
On a serious note, lots of reasons:
- love, despite all.
- too many 'memories'...
- lack of courage to break free or live on one's own/ low self esteem at times...
- societal pressure
- lack of other options/ financial dependence
I'm sure there are many others too...since every individual and relationship is different...
oh...the 'solution' requires a whole different list altogether!
there you go again with your 'chop off his penis' idea again
there you go jumping to conclusions again!
And was that my idea...or yours? um... slip of the tongue...?
slip of the tongue is what can get a guy in trouble in the first place!
Aren't you the girl who once used a dull machete on a poor guy's ... oh, never mind.
Maybe, sometimes, a person (husband, wife or long-term partner) simply feels there are more important things to their relationship than an occasional fling?
I know if the show was on the other foot, i couldn't continue in the relationship...
Not just because of the cheating, but because of the long distance relationship aspect (since I will be in jail some place after having killed her lover)
Ladies just come to Hokey and never worry about cheating again!
Love, and for the hope that the person realizes his/her mistakes and doesn't do it again.
this thread is getting CRAZIER by the moment!!!
(u know that when there are more smileys than words!!)
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