hmmmm being married is difficult at best.
It depends on the situation.
It depends upon the degree of his "cheating".
I wouldnt be able to i hold on to the smallest grudges sometimes.. it would just make me go crazy if i stayed.. so no
Sex is only one part of a relationship and is hardly the most important.
I think that people who get extremely upset over things like this are insecure, attach too much importance to sex, or think they own or control the other person.
But, it does depend upon circumstances, reasons, what else is going on and a zillion other factors, of course. It just isn't automatic in a good relationship.
True sex is only part of the relationship and there are many people that are okay with it. I am not so sure insecurity is the only thing. When you marry someone they are supposed to be committed to you. If a person can look their partner in the face and say he/she slept with someone else and they are okay with it then more power to both persons.
I think that if that doesn't truly bother either person then their relationship is probably really strong
Well, I can't imagine cheating without some hurt. We aren't talking about swingers, open marriages, etc. So this would usually involve some element of deception in most cases (unless confessed immediately). The deception would hurt even if the sexual activity did not.
It should be a deal breaker! The trust factor is gone after cheating and without trust it becomes a "shell" marriage.
Yeah i have to agree. If it was an open relationship then yes but the trust would definitely be gone, especially if they tried to hide it.
a relationship without trust is no relationship...I agree with the "deal breaker" concept.
Well if your wife cheats on you it is a deal breaker. If you cheat on your wife then she should give you a second chance. Us men are weak and that other woman played on that weakness to get us in bed and not thinking with the correct head.
That is the saddest thing I've heard all day. Everyone has will power. If they choose to use it or not is up to them. And by your logic it would work the other way too. And for the record I know many faithful, loyal men. Sorry to break it to you but just because you are weak doesn't mean the rest of the men are.
Hi, I am 24 not married, but in my own opinion if your husband cheated and both of you tried to patch up things..you can start again. I believe anyone deserves a second chance, however if his being polygamous makes your life miserable and your relationship is unhealthy then well I think you should let it go. :-)
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