What would you do if you find out that your fiance is cheating on you? In the worst case senario the only person you've ever trusted and loved with all your heart.
What you do all depends on your values. What I would do is walk away and not look back. His "cheating" speaks to his character and what his values are and apparently fidelity is not big on the list. If you are not in an open relationship where both of you agree that it's OK to have other partners, you are going to be miserable. You might be able to overlook it once, or even a few times, but ultimately you will be very unhappy in a relationship where your partner is always looking for fresh meat. So unless you are willing to overlook his cheating for a lifetime you might as well get out now before you have kids and property to divide. This is NOT someone you can trust. He's already betrayed you.
Walk away! Don't fall for the I'm sorry, I'll never do that again spiel. Chances are, he will do it again.
walk away, because obviously only one person in that relationship is happy and satisfied, the other is still looking, and may never be satisfied with one person. Do not waste your life like that. Move on
I would confront 'em and have it out. After you get the story you go from there.
Absolutely, and I speak from experience. If you think he will stop, you are only fooling yourself.
Too bad you had to go through that. I have not cheated nor will I dare cheat on my wife. If you love the person, you do everything to keep the relationship sacred.
I'm no saint and I do find other women too attractive for comfort. But I make it a point to to remove myself from lustful thought nor inappropriate situations.
I would have to know more details, like, was he drunk and stupid, or is it an ongoing relationship? I can forgive some things, but not a relationship being carried out.
Dump him. If he did it to you once, he'll do it again.
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