If you cheated on you spouse and they were none the wiser, would you eventually fess up? or is it true that what you don't know can't hurt you? or would you feel obliged to confess eventually evn if it was years after the fact?
When you betray someone you betray an aspect of yourself. When you betray your spouse you betray your own heart. How can you imagine that you can hide your betrayal from yourself? How can you imagine that you have not hurt yourself. The most important relationship of all is your relationship with your self and your relationship with your spouse is but a reflection of that. The damage is done and the real question is why?
by ptosis 5 years ago
Would you betray a friend before betraying your country?“If I had to choose between betraying my country and betraying my friend,” EM Forster (author of Tinker Tailer Soldier Spy), “I hope I should have the guts to betray my country.
by followinggod 4 years ago
Why would my family betray me?Why would my family betray me so badly when I was willing to die for them all just to protect them from the horrible truth of our parents and family. Why would they treat me like a plague when my heart was always filled with good intentions and protection from...
by JP Carlos 6 years ago
How do you stop yourself from cheating on your spouse/partner?It's really sad that many couples separate because of a cheating partner. There are faithful people and there are those that are not. What suggestions can you give so that one can avoid cheating on their spouse/partner.
by ngureco 8 years ago
Do You Find It Logical That Jesus Wanted Judas To Betray Him - According To Gospel Of Judas?
by Dawn Michael 8 years ago
How do you fall back in love with your spouse again once you have given up and then they change?
by Wag The Dog 8 years ago
I have never had an affair, but the question intregues me.Let's say that you had an affair. Your significant other would never find out about it unless you tell them. You realize your error, and vow never to do it again, should you tell your significant other?Keep in mind, you will never do...
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