Do you believe in true love? Could you...Would you... stay with someone who cheated on you and had a baby in the process?
I believe in true love, but it would depend on the circumstances if she cheated on me. If the reason behind her cheating on me had something to do with being drunk, or if I felt she was genuinely sorry about what she did, then I'd probably forgive her. Of course, it would take a while before my trust in her would come back, but i'd still forgive her.
however, if i found out she just cheated on me out of spite or because somehow i wasn't good enough for her, then i'd just break up with her completely. sure, it would be hard but in the end, i think we'd both be better off.
I believe in True Love. Love does not cheat it's the person who cheat. That means that person don't loved you.
Love is faith, sharing, respect and with open communication between both parties.
To those who cheat, they're just saying Love on their lips and don't have any feeling at all, deep in their hearts.
Yes I believe... no I couldn't stay with a chester... life is too short find Simone that loves you enough to keep their promises.
Having done some silly things and made a few mistakes myself, which I have regretted, I would understand a spontaneous fling. However, I wouldn't understand if it became a habit.
As for having a baby in the process ... that sheds quite a different light on things. No, I don't think we'd be able to stay together if that happened. I'd understand it was an accident, but no ...
Absolutely I believe in true love. Now I am involved with someone.
Where is the "true love" part in the example in the first post?
Me I believe in true love..so long as it is unconditional
I believe in true love and believe when it's truly true love there isn't any cheating, and there REALLY wouldn't be any babies. So, I'd do two of the people involved a big favor and end the charade. Maybe it would free up the baby's father to be a decent father to his baby. I'd sure deserve better than a so-called "true love" who let a baby happen with someone else. As for the boyfriend/husband/father-of-the-baby - I wouldn't care what happened to him on way or another.
I think that if she cheated on you while she was drunk , She might as well be cheating on you when she is sober. It don't matter one or the other. If you love someone I mean truly love each other, your strong enough not to let your flesh have what it wants. You would never ever want to do this , once cheater always a cheater. I have been in the situation ,and I admit I am a flirt and when I drink I get real close to people , Kiss on women, rub up on them and I might have sex with them, But Its ok with my boyfriend that I do this . But I would not even give a man the chance to get close to me . I have a man that I truly love ... I wouldn't ever hurt him like that. But if your girlfriend was drunk and this man would not leave her alone and took advantage of her ,I can see how this could happen , Just work it out with her ,I am telling you that it is going to be so hard to be able to trust her again. I can see you guys fighting alot about this . good luck
Why sure. That makes so much sense. You should read out loud, what you wrote - one word at a time and slowly. You'll find the answer - it's staring at you - actually, it's screaming at you.
I believe in true love I thought I had felt it a couple of times in my life but the other persons actions said otherwise so it wasnt true or love at all....and I couldn't stay with someone that cheated and there is now a baby involved that is too many layers of drama....first they could give you someething since it seems like that don't even have the decency to use protection with the other person then he or she has a baby out there that needs to be taken care of regardless and didn't ask to be in this situation then they will always have to talk with the person that they had the baby with drama with too many levels
Love is something we feel, what keeps us together in very hard times, it's what gives us strength. If one of us miss right track, the other needs to leed back. But, if only one person loves, and gives all, wile other just takes, that's not worth the effort. If he or she cheat, nothing on this world should make other to forgive. If he or she did that once, it will do that agin.
I did stay actually and it ate at me the whole time, so if I could go back nope sure wouldn't!
I believe in true love, but it would be difficult to stay with someone who cheated and had a baby with someone else.
In the name of true love, divorce already. Save us all some grief.
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